The Center for Multicultural Life is comprised of professional staff, student interns, and the affiliated student groups that support underrepresented students and/or generate programming associated with our mission to engage all students in dialogue about difference.
Kyra Green is Bowdoin’s Interim Director of the Center for Multicultural Life. She is passionate about creating an environment that allows people to bring their full selves to every space on campus. Her approach to multicultural work is heavily influenced by her belief in an intersectional framework, antiracist ideology, and challenging dialogue. She is available for support as community members navigate their own definitions of what it means to belong both at Bowdoin and beyond.
Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Kyra moved to Brunswick in 2017 after completing her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Sociology at Kenyon College. She has spent the last four years working in the Office of Admissions on campus with an emphasis on multicultural recruitment. A large part of her time in Admissions has been spent in service of the Explore Bowdoin and Bowdoin Experience programs, as well as building connections with community-based organizations, and collaborating in the planning of the Collaborative for Access & Successful College Outcomes Conference (CASCO). Kyra currently resides locally in Brunswick, Maine - and is very grateful for her short commute to campus.
Elisha Osemobor, Class of 2022
Kellie Navarro, Class of 2023
Yordana Gerdzhikova, 2023