About Andrew A. Green

Vice President for Communications

Andrew A. Green joined Johns Hopkins University as vice president for communications in October 2019.

He works with President Daniels and other leaders across the institution to guide the university’s public voice and messaging. As a member of the president’s cabinet, he also provides counsel to senior leadership to advance strategic priorities. Green leads a staff in the Office of Communications that tells the university’s stories and those of its students, faculty, and staff via digital and social media, in print, in video, and through the news media. He also works closely with communications teams across the university in collaborative efforts to reach audiences inside Johns Hopkins and around the globe.

Green is a veteran reporter and editor who spent nearly two decades at The Baltimore Sun, where he earned a stellar reputation as a thoughtful, fair, and incisive journalist and newsroom leader. He joined The Sun as a reporter in 2001, covering state and local politics and elections. He later served for three years as city and state editor, leading a team of editors and reporters covering politics, crime, courts, education, medicine, science, and the environment in Baltimore and across the state. In 2009, Green became opinion editor, overseeing the writing, editing, and publication of editorials, op-eds, and letters to the editor both in the newspaper’s print edition and online for an audience of more than 1.1 million weekly readers. He has written extensively about Baltimore, Maryland, and contemporary issues, and he was a finalist for Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing in 2016.

Green earned a bachelor’s degree in English and American Literature and Language from Harvard, where he also served as managing editor of The Harvard Crimson.