Maya Green is a proud south side Chicagoan, who formerly served as an educator in the private and public school sectors. After obtaining her MD/MPH with a focus on Health Policy and Administration at the University of Illinois at Chicago, she completed a residency in family medicine at the University of Miami and a specialty fellowship in HIV medicine at Rush University Medical Center.
Maya previously worked as an HIV specialist at the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center, and now she serves as the Regional Medical Director for Howard Brown Health’s South Region clinics. Her client panels include pediatric, adolescent and adults who speak Spanish or American Sign Language and people who experience substance use disorder. Dr. Green is the founder of HIV Real Talk – NFP and a board member of Chicago Task Force Prevention & Community Services. Both of these organizations focus on decreasing disparities among Chicago’s marginalized communities.