Director of Partnerships
David is our Director of Partnerships and is responsible for driving our growth in school partnerships through the development and expansion of our Partnerships Team as we work to scale the Eye to Eye program across the country. With his expertise in establishing school district partnerships, He is driven by the opportunity to represent mission-driven education initiatives and maximizing impact reach. In his previous role with the national non-profit Playworks, David served as the Regional Partnerships Director leading the expansion of Playworks programming throughout the states of New York and New Jersey.
David received his Bachelor’s of Science in Elementary Education, From St John’s University based in New York City. Transitioning from the classroom to the boardroom, David has found his professional calling as an ambassador within the education non-profit world. A native of Brooklyn, NY he recently moved his family of his wife and four children to Easton, Pennsylvania. As a super commuter, he enjoys listening to sports radio each morning as he makes his way into New York City for work and cheering for the New York Giants every football season Sunday!
Each one, reach one, each one, teach one. Until all are taught.”
Why this Work is Important To Me
It seems more and more common that some of my friends and family share with me their fears and concerns of learning that their child has been diagnosed with an LD. I have seen the desperation on their faces, the sense of great worry about the future of their beloved children. It is vital for me to wake up every morning with a great sense of purpose, knowing that the work I am involved in is truly making a difference in this world. Eye to Eye’s mission to empower students with LD and their families, restoring their confidence and unlocking their greatness is exactly the kind of mission I want to get behind and advocate for each and every day!
Favorite Part of My Job
Knowing that with every new school partnership formed, we are impacting the lives of another group of students and bringing hope to more and more families!