Previously, David served as president of Opportunity U.S., a global microfinance organization with some ten million clients. He has chaired the U.S., Global, and MicroEnsure boards over decades of involvement. David was a Partner with Bridgespan, a senior executive at MBNA America, CEO of the Red Cross Washington/Baltimore Region, and a White House Fellow. He started his career at Bain & Co.
David holds an MBA and JD from Harvard and earned two bachelors from the Univ. of Pennsylvania graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. He and his wife Kim live in suburban Philadelphia.
The article mentioned in the show about using DAFs for Impact Investing is in the current edition of the Stanford Social Innovation Review. https://ssir.org/articles/entry/how_to_use_donor_advised_funds_to_make_impact_investments