Danny Greene is an entrepreneur and marketer with almost a decade of experience building brands, consulting nonprofits and creating social change. He is currently serving as a Social Impact Agent at Propper Daley. One of his latest projects is Uprising of Love, a movement to support LGBT Russians that is supported by Madonna, James Franco, Edward Norton, Melissa Etheridge, HRC, GLAAD, and many other prominent individuals and partner organizations.
Danny earned his undergraduate degree from Stanford University and his M.B.A. from UCLA Anderson School of Management. Danny was the winner of the TED Case Challenge on Social Entrepreneurship, and represented UCLA Anderson at the 2013 TED Active conference in Palm Springs.
Prior to business school, Danny worked at Current TV, a television network founded by Al Gore, which strived to be the first network to create a two-way conversation with the audience. On the cutting edge of interactive media and advertising, he developed and executed on-air and online marketing campaigns for major brands such as Microsoft, Samsung, Toyota, and Unilever that generated millions of dollars of revenue for the network.