Cali Green is an accomplished producer, writer, editor, event director, project manager, and publicist. She recently served as the contract Project Director for Tarana Burke in her efforts as the founder of the 'me too.' Movement. Cali is also an adjunct instructor at New York University, working with Tisch School of the Arts for the Clive Davis Institute. She began her career in Chicago, IL as a freelance entertainment writer before progressing to entertainment PR & marketing. After moving to New York in 2008, Cali added artist management and event production to her repertoire, before also serving as Managing Editor and Director of Social Media for Okayplayer, the entertainment and lifestyle website founded by Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson.
Sundance Film Festival
New York University
’me too.’ Movement
Most recently, her list of clients has included director Ryan Coogler, The Roots' Black Thought, comedian Hannibal Buress, actor/rapper Daveed Diggs, writer/performer Rafael Casal, and musician/composer Samora Pinderhughes.
Cali’s passion for the intersection of the arts and social justice has led her to serve as a member of Blackout for Human Rights. In 2016, she managed talent and helped them produce Justice for Flint, a star-studded fundraising event honoring and benefiting Flint, MI. As a volunteer and Team Leader for organizations including New York Cares, Blind Service Association, and Boys & Girls Club, Cali has taught workshops and long-term programs in writing, drama, music, and literacy. She has also been sought after to moderate or appear on panels at events including Women in Hip Hop at the Apollo Theater (moderator), Soul Music NOW at Harlem Stage (panelist), and the A3C Music Festival in Atlanta (panelist).