Rachel Green


Mitchell Scholar (2016)
Indiana University Bloomington
Stahr Senior Award (2015)
Indiana University Bloomington


Rachel Green, from Germantown, Tennessee, graduated from IU with majors in economics and sociology, as well as a certificate in the Liberal Arts Management Program (LAMP). During her undergraduate career, Green was engaged in campus initiatives focused on student well-being. She was senior advisor to Culture of Care, a student-led campus initiative that engages in awareness programming regarding mental health, drug and alcohol use, sexual well-being, and respect; and that has trained more than 2,000 students in bystander intervention. She was also co-director of U Bring Change 2 Mind, an IU Bloomington project that works with actress Glenn Close's national organization to eliminate mental health stigma.

She wass a Wells Scholar and a member of the Board of Aeons, a group of 13 students that advises IU President Michael A. McRobbie on campus issues. After graduating, Green pursued an M.A. degree in conflict resolution at Queens University Belfast as part of the Mitchell Scholars program. She plans continue her education in law school and pursue a career in public interest law.