New York, NY – Literacy Partners is pleased to announce the appointment of David Maya to its Board of Directors. Maya is a senior partner at Oliver Wyman, a global strategic management consulting firm where he leads a partner team covering large global bank clients. His work focuses on strategic financial resource management, risk management and governance, capital allocation and optimization, and wholesale banking. Maya previously held senior roles at JP Morgan and Citi focusing on strategy, business development, and M&A. His prior board experience includes serving and chairing the International Charter Schools.
“We’re so glad to welcome David to our phenomenal Board of Directors. David brings deep expertise in leadership, mentorship and strategic direction that will be so valuable as our organization grows and we scale up our capacity to offer free programs across the nation to serve more adult learners and their families,” said Anthony Tassi, CEO of Literacy Partners.
Said Maya, “I truly admire the work of Literacy Partners and am excited to work with them as a member of the Board. As an immigrant myself, as well as a child of immigrants, I’ve witnessed firsthand the power of education to lift people up economically and help them to succeed in different ways.”
Added Tassi, “David is a true believer in education and a passionate supporter of our unique two-generation approach and we are thrilled to have his expertise on the Board.”
Founded in 1973, Literacy Partners has provided free adult education classes to more than 25,000 adults who have gone on to make better lives for themselves and their families. The transformative work of Literacy Partners is made possible through the dedication and commitment of the Literacy Partners Board of Directors, which comprises senior-level executives from prominent corporations.