Senior Vice President
David joined ICF in 2004, after 18 years with American Management Systems, to become a member of ICF's nascent corporate business development organization. In the intervening years, David has served in a variety of capacities, contributing to the maturation of the firm's business development lifecycle processes and practices and significant contract wins across ICF's core services portfolio and customer base. David's business development work involves diverse Federal and State government public policy, governance, and applied technology issues concerning environmental protection, public health, transportation, natural disaster recovery and community resilience, homeland security, housing and community development. David has a BA in Geography from Clark University and MS in Cartography from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
David is actively involved in several community organizations. A recipient of an 18-year kidney transplant, David supports the National Kidney Foundation's Washington area annual gala fundraiser. David is the immediate past president of Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation (NVHC) and this spring is joining the Board of the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia (JCCNV). David supports and provides strategy counsel to LearnServe International, a Washington-based non-profit that identifies high school and middle school students with the passion to make a difference and equip them with the knowledge, business tools, and relationships they need to transform their schools and communities - and themselves. David writes poetry, mentors friends and colleagues, and finds great personal satisfaction in assisting people find jobs and develop fulfilling career paths.