David specializes in creative writing with a marketing focus. He believes that all marketing is narrative and that the best way to attract potential clients is through a strong story well told. He has a strong line in dry British humor that endears him to his friends.
David enjoys vegetarian cooking and brewing his own beer. He is an avid reader of historical non-fiction and is currently immersing himself in the field of mixology in order to indulge his taste for fine, hand crafted, classic cocktails.
A traditional three year British Bachelors degree with an emphasis on Human Geography.
The first MBA to integrate the field of sustainability into every aspect of the course, from Accounting and Operations to Economics and Strategy.
AS an active member of the online community and someone who is recently divorced, David provided this blog post for an east coast law firm who specialize in handling divorce cases. He drew upon his personal experience and applied some common sense to a situation in which many people lose the capacity for rational thought through no fault of their own and often look first to exact revenge on their soon to be former partner with little thought as to the consequences.
Since discovering that his daughter suffers from Celiac disease, David has made many changes to accommodate his daughter. He has followed as gluten free a lifestyle as possible and makes every effort to ensure that his daughter's risk of contamination is minimized. He has researched ways in which he can make her life as normal and inclusive as possible when it comes to eating and always ensures that friend's parents have all the information they need prior to any party or social event.
David's humor pieces were written primarily for his business school's online forum. In general they poke fun at aspects of business and the grad school process. He has also developed some stand up material. This piece satirizes the business management field, showing how managers can improve their companies using only the tools on hand.
David has written many bespoke blog posts for companies who either do not have the time to write their own, or who feel they lack the requisite skill to put their message across effectively. The client, whose name has been omitted for contractual reasons is an online retailer of downloadable ebooks.
Davids' articles have been of an unpaid nature and served as a way for him to gain experience in the field of sustainability reporting. His piece for "Yes!" magazine was particularly well received.
Late in 2014 Dave self published "Songs in the Key of Single Dad", an
e-book based on his blog, Chronicling his transition from 20 years of marriage through his divorce into singledom.