Chief Program Officer
Girls Who Code
Daniel Voloch joined Girls Who Code in 2021 as their first chief program officer, and in this role he oversees programs which span elementary grades through early career.
Prior to joining Girls Who Code, Daniel served as the vice president of curriculum and instruction for New Visions for Public Schools. In this role, he supported the development of full-course high school curricula accessed by hundreds of thousands of teachers each year, as well as the development and implementation of curriculum-based professional learning.
Previously, Daniel was the managing director of program development for iMentor, where he oversaw all aspects of the development and design of iMentor’s national program model. He also held a variety of positions at the City University of New York, including serving as the director of a dual enrollment program at Hostos Community College in the South Bronx, and as the founding director of a citywide program which prepared students planning to enroll in community colleges. He began his career as a middle school and high school history and English teacher.
Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Columbia University, an Master of Arts in English from Brown University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in urban education with a concentration in education policy and leadership from the City University of New York Graduate Center.