Mike Green

Mike Green, formerly a propulsion engineer in the U.S. Navy and then a print journalist who went on to become digital media innovations strategist for Dow Jones Local Media Group, is cofounder and chief strategist of the National Institute for Inclusive Competitiveness, whose mission is to accelerate economic productivity in vulnerable communities.

Mike, who is based in Oregon, is a sought-after speaker and a consultant to journalism, educational, governmental and nonprofit institutions.  He is a columnist for Oregon Business magazine, Governing Institute, and the Huffington Post. He has also contributed to NPR, PBS, The Washington Post, Entrepreneur magazine, Black Enterprise magazine and others.


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The Banyan Project is a nonprofit organization founded from the thinking of 31 senior journalists, academics, Web developers, sociologists and researchers, business and financial strategists, and advocates for strengthening democracy brought together by Tom Stites. Members of this Board of Advisors are listed below; click on names to see bios.

Stites shaped Banyan's model as a fellow of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.

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