Jeremiah David

Special Projects and Operations Manager

BA, Business Administration, concentration in Information Systems & Decision Sciences, CSU Fullerton
MBA, UCLA Anderson School of Management
M.Ed, Educational Leadership, The Broad Center (in progress)

Jeremiah David is passionate about Environmental Charter School’s (ECS) commitment to advance social equity for all because he believes that every young person deserves an equal opportunity, along with guidance and support, to create the quality of life that he or she believes in. He has worked with ECS since July 2017 as the Special Projects and Operations Manager, where he collaborates with ECS team members to design and implement infrastructure initiatives in knowledge management, contract management, board governance, technology and compliance.

Prior to working at ECS, Jeremiah was the Associate Vice President, Strategy and Innovation, at EOI Service Company, where he steered the Innovations Group, overseeing large-scale transformation projects in the insurance industry. Before this executive role, he was the Director of Technology Development at EOI, leading a team of technical project managers in developing customized software solutions. Jeremiah earned a B.A. (Summa Cum Laude) in Business Administration with a concentration in Information Systems and Decision Sciences at Cal State Fullerton and an M.B.A. at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Jeremiah David is currently in the Broad Residency leadership development program, where he is studying toward an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership. He serves on the board of the Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health, a non-profit organization that serves LA County’s highest-need students by championing healthcare programs and supporting comprehensive school-based medical clinics.

Although he is now based in California in the LA area, Jeremiah has lived in many other places growing up: Arizona, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Florida and Colombia, South America. To this day, he enjoys traveling and spends the rest of his personal time being in the outdoors, reading books about the past and the future and playing classical piano.