Liz Green, MSW

Social Worker
Arts Approach
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Liz Green, MSW (May 2018) is a clinical social worker using creativity to address mental health issues and leads audience engagement initiatives for a variety of arts organizations. She is currently the director for OnStage Seniors: A Community Project of McCarter Theatre, a teaching artist working in refugee communities with Buildabridge, International, a board member for the Painted Bride Art Center's millennial engagement team BrideNext, and the evaluator and past community engagement manager for Temple Institute on Disabilities' arts initiatives aimed toward telling the untold stories of Pennsylvania's Intellectual Disability Rights Movement. Recent projects include community engagement manager for War of the Worlds with the Drexel University and Calvary Center for Culture and Community, The End, an interactive game exploring one’s mortality, with Swim Pony Performance Arts, and engagement for the 100 person community army for Shakespeare in Clark Park’s Henry IV. She has studied documentary performance through institutes with Sojourn Theatre, Ping Chong and Company, and Cornerstone Theatre.