Jade Grieve

Chief of Student Pathways

NYC Public Schools

Jade Grieve is the Chief of Student Pathways for NYC Public Schools, part of Chancellor Banks’ senior leadership team and overseeing the district’s significant expansion of career-connected learning, strengthening of college and career readiness and computer science education. Jade leads the Office of Student Pathways which oversees career connected learning initiatives such as FutureReadyNYC, Career Readiness & Modern Youth Apprenticeship, and CTE programs in close to 300 high schools in partnership with key postsecondary and employer partners like CUNY, SUNY, Northwell Health, Google, NYC CEO Jobs Council, Google & JP Morgan Chase. In addition, the Office of Student Pathways supports counselors and advisors across the city to ensure all students graduate with a strong postsecondary plan and other critical initiatives to ensure students are accessing critical skills necessary for college and career success such as the Computer Science public-private partnership. Jade previously worked at Bloomberg Philanthropies and America Achieves in a variety of leadership roles related to postsecondary pathways, most recently as leader of the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Career and Technical Education Portfolio. She has also worked extensively in federal and state agencies of the Australian government, including as Senior Education Advisor to the Prime Minister and Education Minister of Australia.