The Team

"I’m here because I should be here."

—Willie Brown, former Mayor of San Francisco

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GREGG ZAIRE, Executive Director

Gregg brings over 25 years of experience working in partnership with private and public institutions to improve outcomes and advance opportunities for vulnerable populations. His extensive background leading capacity-building initiatives at the organizational, systems, and regional levels, coupled with his experience managing cross-functional operations and development projects, has enabled institutions to launch their strategic priorities.

As Senior Advisor, Policy and Programs in Redwood City, Gregg spearheaded County-wide assessment and capacity-building to improve program infrastructure across collaboratives. This endeavor enabled the Sequoia Unified High School District, San Mateo County’s Behavior Health and Recovery Services, and the City of Redwood City to partner more effectively on system-wide efforts to identify and eliminate structural Social Determinants of Health within the school system.

Gregg received a Master’s Degree in Sociology and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley.



Pavitra has joined as the Operations Manager/Analyst at Sf Achievers. She holds an MBA from India and a Master’s in Information Systems from The University of Utah. In the past she has worked for two years as a Data Analyst and is passionate about applying her skills for social good and leveraging the power of data to maximize impact. She has previously worked with non profits like Hand In Hand Parenting and California Rural Legal Assistance.
In her spare time, she likes running, volunteering as a dog sitter and organizing social events at her community 
Danielle Adams

DANIELLE ADAMS, Program Manager

Danielle Adams was born and raised in the Bay Area. She graduated with her B.S. in Kinesiology from San Jose State University and M.A. in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University, Irvine. In addition to working with San Francisco Achievers, she is currently a high school varsity girls basketball coach. Danielle has worked as an Intervention Specialist with OUSD, College and Career Technician with HUSD, and an Academic Counselor at a local University. She is very passionate about working to help students achieve their education, life, and career goals.

Danielle is excited to be part of the team at San Francisco Achievers and to help support students on their paths to success. In her spare time, Danielle enjoys playing and watching sports, traveling, shopping, and attending different shows.

David Miles, III

DAVID MILES III, Senior High School Program Advisor

David G. Miles III (more affectionally know in the office as Miles) joined the team in 2016 as the High School Support Coordinator. Prior to joining Achievers, Miles received his B.A. in Communication Studies from San Jose State University as a San Francisco Achievers Scholar! Miles is one of the first alumnus of San Francisco Achievers. His experiences with the organization as a student has led him on a path to volunteering as a mentor to the younger students and eventually becoming a key part of the staff. Miles also served as a Site Coordinator with the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center where he was able to design a dynamic afterschool program centered around academics, enrichment, and recreation.

On the weekends, Miles is the DJ at his family's roller skating rink, Church of 8 Wheels. He also travels abroad several times a year: 9 countries and counting.

Jasmine Aries Rose Pursley


Jasmine Aries Rose Pursley is rooted and raised in the Bay Area. She is a first generation graduate from San Francisco State University with a B.A in Africana Studies and Health Education minor. Jasmine Rose had the opportunity to study abroad in Ghana, Africa for one year where she discovered her devotion to civic engagement. She comes from a diverse cultural background that has influenced her passion and pursuit in igniting equitable education attainment, academic and career readiness, critical consciousness, and self-identity development. 
Jasmine Aries Rose appreciates creative arts, African American history, documentaries, community events, traveling, and spending time with family.  She is rooted in the belief of "Ubuntu: I am because We are" and could not be more happy to serve as a High School Advisor with San Francisco Achievers.