David’s career experience spans 20 years at the intersection of public relations, digital, media, government, and public affairs, consulting with clients on strategies to increase engagement in government, politics, issue advocacy, and corporate brand reputation. He has held senior positions at firms and institutions such as Edelman, Waggener Edstrom, the White House, U.S. Department of Education, C-SPAN, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, and the Republican National Committee. At Edelman, David was a Senior Vice President on the digital and media teams that developed and managed comprehensive communications programs for clients such as Hilton Worldwide, Adobe, Wounded Warrior Project, ICANN, Microsoft, Starbucks, BAE Systems Inc., and Walmart. Previously, David was the White House Internet director under President George W. Bush, where he drove online strategy and served as an official spokesman. During that time, he was also the primary owner of WhiteHouse.gov and spearheaded the website’s comprehensive redesign. David has been named one of PRWeek’s “Top 40 Under 40” and Washingtonian magazine’s “Top 100 Tech Titans,” and he is an adjunct faculty member in Georgetown University’s Public Relations and Corporate Communications Master’s Program.