San Jose, CA, April 20, 2023 – Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley (BGCSV) announced today the addition of Angela Roach and Pete Settlemayer as new members of the organization’s Board of Directors.
“Angela and Pete’s leadership experience, combined with their dedication to the youth of our community, make them exceptional additions to the board of directors,” said BGCSV board chair Brian Papay. “A cross-section of our BGCSV leaders have had the privilege of collaborating with both Angela and Pete over the years, witnessing their remarkable devotion to service firsthand. As we strive to broaden our reach and positively impact more young lives throughout Silicon Valley, we eagerly welcome their invaluable insights and contributions to our leadership team.”
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley
Founded in 1944, Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley (BGCSV) is a non-profit youth development organization that offers innovative and effective afterschool and summer enrichment programs primarily for low income, at-risk Santa Clara County youth ages 6-18 years. BGCSV serves approximately 5,000 regular members at 33 Clubhouses locations in San Jose, Morgan Hill, Gilroy and beyond. The majority of the youth we serve are living in economically depressed, high crime neighborhoods with an absence of positive adult role models or mentors.
Angela is Vice President, Associate General Counsel, overseeing the Employment, Privacy, Immigration & Compliance functions at Analog Devices, Inc., a global technology company. Angela has been at Analog Devices (formerly Maxim Integrated), for over 7 years. Before joining Maxim Integrated, Angela practiced law in both law firms and as in-house counsel throughout California.
Angela previously served as a volunteer for the BGCSV mentoring Youth of the Year participants. She brings a rich experience of giving back to her community, previously volunteering for Girls, Inc., the Foodbank of Silicon Valley, serving as a Teen Court Judge, and serving on the Boards of Directors for Santa Barbara Women Lawyers (SBWL), SBWL Foundation, and the SB County Bar Association.
Angela holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from the University of California Santa Barbara, and a Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of San Francisco.
Angela resides in Silicon Valley with her husband, Kevin. When not practicing law or volunteering, she likes to run, hike, and explore new places.
Pete Settelmayer is a highly accomplished educator and leader, currently serving as the CEO of Downtown College Prep. With over 20 years of experience in education and leadership, he has demonstrated his commitment to advancing racial equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Pete’s extensive background includes a Master of Science in Urban Educational Leadership, which he obtained after beginning his career in Southern California and working for the Walt Disney Company. Pete later founded the Westside Atlanta Charter School, serving as the founding principal and executive director. He was also president of the board of Museum Towers and actively fundraised for educational and social causes such as the Emory Vaccine Clinic.
Now, as the CEO of Downtown College Prep, Pete’s expertise and experience continue to drive the school’s success. With his guidance, the school navigated the Covid-19 pandemic’s challenges and established a collective bargaining agreement benefitting the school’s staff and students. Pete’s leadership has ensured that Downtown College Prep continues to provide quality education and support to its students, even in these unprecedented times.
In addition to his role at Downtown College Prep, Pete actively participates in the Racial Equity Action Leadership (REAL) coalition in San José. He has also participated in the ALF CEO Diversity Equity Inclusion and Justice cohort, demonstrating his dedication to fostering a more equitable and inclusive society.
Pete’s commitment to leadership development and community engagement is further evidenced by his participation in Leadership San José, the South Bay’s premier leadership training program. Through these various endeavors, Pete has developed a deep understanding of the complex challenges facing educators and leaders today. His unwavering commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion, combined with his extensive experience and expertise, make him a true asset to the educational community.