Our Team

For us; by us.

Our Team

For us; by us.

Meet the Team

Randy Seriguchi, Jr.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Randal Seriguchi, Jr. competes with the school to prison pipeline. As the Executive Director of UEA, he is supporting the early leg of a parallel pipeline to success for the remaining African American boys in the city. Through Saturday school programming, STEM experiences, in-school mentorship, and strong community engagement, UEA is a reliable partner in the elementary school space. He is a leading advocate for recruiting more men of color into the classroom. Prior to moving to San Francisco, Randy spent 5 years working to lift up social justice through education in D.C. and California. He is an active member of the New York State Bar Association, holds a Juris Doctor degree from the American University Washington College of Law, and received his Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Michigan.

Daniel Rumley
DEPUTY DIRECTOR

Daniel has more than a decade of entrepreneurial experience and educational stewardship. His relentless pursuit for growth led him to partner with Randy Seriguchi to create initiatives within UrbanEd Academy, to broaden the reach of education and opportunity. Out of this partnership, Man the Bay was brought to life, a program that embodies a long standing personal and professional north star to create a path for more men of color to be represented in classrooms. Daniel serves as the Deputy Director at UrbanEd Academy, and he has this to say about his experience, “Humbling is the best word. UEA has provided me with multiple opportunities to witness growth, within myself, the staff, our Fellows through Man the Bay, and most importantly, the children and families we serve.”

Toi Sin Arvidsson, Ph.D.
CHIEF OF STAFF

Toi Sin Arvidsson, Ph.D. recently joined Urban Ed Academy (UEA) as Chief of Staff to support the organization’s ambition of elevating the teaching profession and making quality education for all students a reality, regardless of their backgrounds. Toi Sin’s conviction in addressing the equity gap through innovative multi-faceted solutions is rooted in her past experiences working in the philanthropic sector along with her time doing classroom and education policy research. Prior to entering the field of education, Toi Sin spent a decade in the private sector building teams and leading product development. Building on the many roles she has served in various sectors in leadership, in research, and as an educator, she looks forward to helping UEA grow to become a model of creatively addressing challenging societal problems.

Toi Sin holds a Ph.D. degree in Developmental Psychology and an M.S. degree in Applied Statistics from Teachers College, Columbia University and received her B.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Washington.

Denzel Herrera-Davis
PEOPLE OPS DIRECTOR

Denzel Herrera-Davis is a life coach, consultant, and creator living in Oakland, CA. He is the founder of Create The Space, a novel organization with a mission to bring mental health and wellness to the forefront of awareness and access for people of color.

Through Create The Space, Denzel has built a developmental wellness program that promotes healing, embraces healthy relationships, and challenges traditional notions of masculinity for men of color through shared vulnerability in community workshops and events. He has partnered with Urban Ed Academy to deliver on the critical mission to change the face of education in a sustainable manner.

Throughout his career in the health and wellness industries, he has served as a business strategy consultant for companies such as Johnson & Johnson, WeightWatchers, and Ryder. He has also held senior leadership positions in operations and project management at burgeoning startups like Rinse, Inc.

Ultimately, Denzel hopes to spread his vision of community healing through shared vulnerability and increased access to mental healthcare coverage. He is looking for men who want to take part in being the solution to their own mental wellbeing; organizations that believe in and support the safety and developmental growth of their employees; healthcare and insurance organizations that want to change the landscape of mental health programs and coverage.

Shanyanae Tucker
BEACON DIRECTOR

Brendol Swygert
BEACON SITE COORDINATOR

Rachel Roberts
OPERATIONS MANAGER

Meet the Board

Ashley Elleby
BOARD MEMBER

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Patrick Otellini
BOARD MEMBER

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Patrick Schultz
BOARD MEMBER

Jacob Wallace
BOARD MEMBER

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The Man the Bay Crew

Darius Davis

MTB FELLOW, COHORT 1

De’Von Maynard

MTB FELLOW, COHORT 1

Staffon Nicholas

MTB FELLOW, COHORT 1

Messiah Sanchez

MTB FELLOW, COHORT 1

Andrew Chambers

MTB FELLOW, COHORT 2

Codion Isom

MTB FELLOW, COHORT 2

Keshawn Ross

MTB FELLOW, COHORT 2