Diego Arambula is a product of Fresno Unified schools. He is a proud native of the city of Fresno and returned home with his wife and two daughters to help strengthen the public schools in the district where his two young daughters will attend school.
Over the past year, Diego has served as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at GO Public Schools, working to understand and refine GO’s successful model of community engagement and incubate a Fresno-based organization to push for high-quality, transformational schools across our city.
Prior to GO, Diego was the Chief Growth Officer for Summit Public Schools (SPS), a leading network of public schools currently directly serving close to 3,000 students in California’s Bay Area in Washington state. As Chief Growth Officer (CGO) and a member of Summit’s Executive Team, Diego focused on helping Summit expand the number of schools in the network and growing Summit’s impact on public education through innovative partnerships with charters and districts across the country, with more than 100 schools across the country partnering with Summit to launch innovative school models.
Prior to his work as CGO, Diego was the founding Executive Director of Summit Public School: Rainier, the third school in the Summit Public Schools network, and was the founding US History and Government teacher at Summit Prep. He began his career in politics, serving as the Communications Director for U.S. Representative Cal Dooley after serving as Dooley’s Deputy Campaign Manager for a hard-fought campaign in California’s Central Valley in 2000
Diego received his B.A. in Government from Harvard University and a Master’s in Education from Stanford University.
Learn more about Diego here.