TEAM New England is a youth development organization that employs academic, mentoring, athletic, and service learning programming that positively impacts the development of the youth in our community.

We strive to use basketball as a way to bring student athletes out of their comfort zones, provide a safe haven for at-risk youth, expose the community to high academic institutions, and offer experiences our youth would otherwise not have.

TEAM New England was founded in 2016 by Greg Hill and Isaiah Davis.

on a mission trying to shift the culture.

PROVIDE youth with free, year-round tutoring services

CONNECT youth with external academic opportunities 

PROVIDE career development and life-training skill workshops

ELIMINATE barriers to education



BUILD resilience and confidence among youth

ENGAGE youth in service projects

INCREASE positive community presence in inner cities

CREATE partnerships with community organizations


CONNECT youth to preparatory and charter schools

PROVIDE youth with a free summer enrichment program

COMBINE athletic activities and competitive training

INTEGRATE mentoring with training workshops

PROVIDE information, advice, and guidance to youth and families

EXPAND program offerings to community residents



secured in private school and college scholarships


graduate high school and attend college


impacted by basketball and enrichment  programming 


have played since 2017


engage in service learning projects annually

Isaiah Davis is one of the top coaches, trainers, and youth basketball entrepreneurs in New England. A former student-athlete and graduate of Babson College, Coach ID currently owns one of the largest youth basketball companies on the east coast serving close to 1,000 boys and girls in his camps, clinics, programs and club teams, year-round. In addition to running a successful business, he has helped guide student-athletes to millions in scholarship offers at some of the best prep schools and universities in the country.


In the last two years, Isaiah has sent twenty-three kids to college on full-scholarships.  


In addition, as Co-Founder of TEAM New England, Isaiah's mission is to push the path forward in youth basketball by going beyond the court and offering inner-city kids critical fundamental life lessons in: leadership, financial literacy, and test prep.  All too often, kids identify with sports more than academics.  Isaiah’s goal is to ensure his student-athletes have the access and resources to understand the importance of going beyond the court and becoming quality student-athletes and upstanding citizens.


Greg Hill is life-long resident of Boston, and is the Junior Class Academy Team Leader at the Jeremiah Burke High School, where he ensures that all operational aspects of the school’s programs are efficient and effective. He oversees student attendance and behavior, implementation of academic policies, and student development for all juniors at the Burke.

Greg also works very closely with the Early Warning Indicator Team to proactively support students facing challenges or trauma, and he supports restorative justice.


Previously, Greg was a program director at the Dorchester Youth Collaborative for 11 years, and in 2013 won the Root Cause Social Innovator award for creating "Safe City Academy," which enrolled gang and court-involved youth ages 16 to 19 in a GED preparation/work program.