Senior Vice President, Enterprise Planning
Dan Foley serves as senior vice president, enterprise planning for City Year Inc. Starting off his career as an AmeriCorps member and student success coach supporting middle school students in the Bronx, NY, over the last 15 years, Dan has led City Year in various capacities at its New York, Los Angeles, CA, and Jacksonville, FL locations; most recently as executive director and vice president of City Year Jacksonville. As leader of City Year’s planning function, Dan and his team are responsible for facilitating City Year’s refreshed enterprise strategic planning initiative in addition to supporting annual performance management practices related to goal setting, progress monitoring, budgeting, and strategy implementation.
Dan has developed deep roots in the Jacksonville community serving as a member of Leadership Jacksonville, Leadership Florida, the Weaver Philanthropic Initiative, Jacksonville’s Urban Education Symposium, WJCT’s Community Advisory Board, and as a Big Brother through Big Brother Big Sister (BBBS) of Northeast Florida. Dan earned a Bachelor of Science in biology from Seton Hall University, an Executive Master of Public Administration with the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania, and is currently a doctoral candidate with the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education.