PROJECT NINETY STAFF
Jim joined the Project Ninety family as a Resident Manager in September of 2001. In the past six years Jim has taken on several roles including Administrative Assistant and Intake Manager. In August of 2008, Jim assumed the role of Intake Director, then was promoted to Chief Operating Officer in March, 2017. Jim assumed the Executive Director position of Project Ninety Division on June 19, 2018.
Jim has resided in San Mateo County all of his life. Jim’s passions are his family and assisting those in need of treatment for addiction. He is an avid fan of local sporting teams.
Dave joined Project Ninety as a Program Aide in March, 1994. In 1995 he became a Counselor. In 1998 he was promoted to the position of Program Manager with responsibilities for a multitude of Project Ninety's locations and a Dual Diagnosis Facility in South San Francisco.
In 2005 he completed the required courses by The California Association for Alcohol and Drug Educators and became a Certified Addictions Treatment Counselor. In August 2008 Dave became Program Director for San Mateo. Currently, Dave directs Project Ninety programs and staff throughout San Mateo County.
Director of Clinical Operations
David began work as a Counselor at Project Ninety on October 16, 1987. David has completed Alcohol and Drug Studies at the University of California, Berkeley and Advanced Alcohol and Drug Studies at University of California, Santa Cruz. David is Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) through the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Counselors, a Nationally Certified Addiction Counselor (NCAC) through the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, and a California Certified Clinical Supervisor through the Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors.
David has experience as Counselor, Director of Program Operations, and is currently Project Ninety's Director of Clinical Operations. He directs Project Ninety's utilization of Evidence Based Practices and compliance with HIPAA statutes and client confidentiality.