Greeneprints Strategy, Camp Fort Greene Founder + Director
Eisa earned a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and an MA from Teachers College, Columbia University. She has taught elementary school in Baltimore and in East Harlem and currently works with middle school students through a program funded by the National Book Foundation, where she has worked as an education consultant.
Eisa also teaches literature to undergraduates at Hunter College. She wrote the curriculum guide for the feature documentary film Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth and regularly writes lesson plans for Mosaic Literary Magazine. A novelist, essayist, and award-winning journalist whose work often explores various aspects of African American culture, Eisa has written numerous articles about education and child development.
A former class parent and co-chair of the PAT Diversity Committee, Eisa is now co-president of the PAT at her son’s school. Eisa’s volunteer work extends to the broader Brooklyn community. She served as president of Mocha Moms Brooklyn for four years; and, during her son's preschool years, she was actively involved in parent-led cooperative playgroups organized to support families living in Fort Greene.
Eisa founded Camp Fort Greene to provide a high quality, low-cost camping experience for her son and all his neighborhood buddies. Eisa manages all aspects of camp direction, including program and staff development, grants, community outreach, and daily directorial duties. Eisa also serves as our Board President.
Business Operations + Advancement
Andriana earned a BA in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in photography and graphic design from The George Washington University. After earning her degree she began working in the fashion and garment industry in New York City, quickly rising in the field of marketing and public relations.
In 2008, she founded Hank & JoJo, a now popular children's brand come retail storefront come baby and toddler educational programming resource, that she sold in the Spring of 2016.
Along with Eisa and Chloe she started Camp Fort Greene in 2013. Andriana manages all aspects of business operations and administration, including registration, marketing and press, web presence, finance and business development. Andriana also serves as our Board Treasurer.
Greeneprints Program Manager and Curriculum Director, Founder of Tech Fort Greene
Chloe Taylor has been a curriculum developer and educator for over 10 years in New York City. Originally from Pittsburgh, she earned her bachelor’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University, where she developed an interest in innovative teaching practices and creative technology. As part of the New York City Teaching Fellows program she earned her master's degree in education from Fordham University in 2010. Chloe is passionate about creating purposeful learning experiences. She understands the opportunity summertime presents for exploration and wonder.
In 2013, Chloe wrote and taught the original “How We Grow and Change” curriculum for Camp Fort Greene. What began as a fun, interactive summer experience for 10 campers has grown into a powerful summer movement for hundreds of neighborhood children. As Program Manager and Curriculum Director of Greeneprints, Inc., Chloe manages all aspects of curriculum, scheduling and the hiring and retention of staff members.
Chloe is committed to creating programming each year that honors the natural world and the magic of summer. Inspired by the success of the original program, Chloe has created a new summer experience, Tech Fort Greene. Grounded in the values of exploration, inquiry and innovation, Tech Fort Greene offers campers an introduction to circuitry, robotics and foundations of computer science in creative ways.