"I’m here because I should be here."
Gregg is a management consultant with more than 25 years of experience working in partnership with both private and public institutions to improve outcomes, center equity and advance opportunities for vulnerable populations. He has managed a broad array of projects in social services, community and human development, education and philanthropy. His projects include: Redwood City 2020, Postsecondary Success Initiative, and DC Metro Area Communities & Systems, PEPNet Collaborative. Gregg holds an MA degree in Sociology and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and has worked as a consultant, planner, senior manager, and an adjunct professor at local colleges and universities in New Jersey and California.
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 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.