Greyson Mann

“I realized technology could help me learn when I needed information on unique topics such as piano theory, Chinese dialects, and basketball fundamentals.”


Before joining Digital Promise, Greyson was a Confidential Assistant at the U.S. Department of Education Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, where he supported The President’s Challenge, My Brother’s Keeper, and The Fellowship for Race and Equity in Education. Greyson’s professional experience also includes working as a Program Analyst for Chainbridge Technologies, where he supported the development of FEMA’s deployment database. He has also coded statistical data for USAID projects related to climate change services in developing countries. Further, as Princeton in Asia fellow in Shanghai, China, he served as a bilingual teacher, debate coach, basketball coach, and dorm parent. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Wofford College in Government and Chinese with a concentration in World Politics. He can be reached at