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The Mission Society Welcomes a New Board Member


New York, NY (October 12, 2022) – The Mission Society of New York City is pleased to announce the appointment of a new board member, David Cibrian. The staff and Board of Directors look forward to partnering with David to bring new ideas to our work. With his help, the organization will continue its longstanding efforts to serve New York’s most vulnerable youth and families.

Chairman of the Board, Matthew Mamak, said, “I’m excited to get to know David and welcome him to the Mission Society team. He has already demonstrated so much enthusiasm and dedication to our community, and I know he will bring incredible thoughtfulness and care to our work.”

"Our work would not be possible without the dedication of our Board of Directors, and it is always a joy to invite new exceptional individuals to the table. David is no different, and we are sure that his invaluable perspective and contributions will expand the impact of our services," said Elsie McCabe Thompson, President & CEO of the Mission Society.

For over two centuries, the Mission Society has worked to end multigenerational poverty by building the lifelong educational capacity of New York’s most vulnerable youth and families. Since their founding in 1812, over 6.5 million New Yorkers have benefitted from their afterschool and summer programs, career and college counseling, and social and emotional learning opportunities – services that have the potential to alter the course of a student’s life in the classroom and beyond.

David Cibrian is bringing his unique expertise to help the Mission Society further this vision. As CEO, CIO, and Co-Founder of American Triple I Partners, he is responsible for developing and directing overall business strategies; building trusted relationships with asset and investor partners; leading high-quality investment decisions; and enforcing adherence to compliance, legal, and operating guidelines and policies. He is experienced in various facets of fund management, including originations, underwriting/structuring, and asset management.

David also served in a variety of roles during his career – lawyer, accountant, corporate executive, and investment professional. David volunteered on the board of major nonprofits, including Avance, an education-focused nonprofit that offers culturally responsive pathways to economic mobility for generations of Latino families living in poverty. David holds a Juris Doctor with honors from Georgetown Law School, and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting with honors from Loyola Marymount University.

Media Contacts

Sara Elghobashy, Mission Society of New York City

About the Mission Society

Since 1812, the Mission Society of New York City has worked to end multigenerational poverty by building the lifelong educational capacity of New York’s most vulnerable youth and families. Each year, they provide over 3,000 students with a suite of afterschool, summer, college access, and career readiness programs at their flagship building on Malcolm X Boulevard and 12 public school programs in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. To learn more, please visit their website at

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