School of International Service
- David offers career advice to undergraduates in the School of International Service. He assists applicants for nationally competitive scholarships through the Office of Merit Awards and lends guidance to Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars. He assists Global Scholars, RHA, and University College students with career services, and advises student organizations such as IFC/Panhellenic Council, Delta Phi Epsilon, and Zeta Psi. He enjoys representing the School of International Service to prospective and new students at Preview Days, Eagle Summits, and New Student Orientation events. An innate coach, he helps students to clarify their career goals and gain the critical knowledge and skills they need to work toward launching their career. David draws upon his previous advising experience with Kogod students, as well as his international business experience with multinational corporations, including Continental Airlines, Taylor Made Adidas, and Commercial Plastics & Supply Corporation. David has traveled extensively to 48 states and 16 countries on three continents. Having studied French and Russian for a few years, he has tremendous respect for multilingual speakers.
DegreesMBA, University of Maryland
MS, Marketing, University of Maryland
BA, Government and Politics, University of Maryland
Favorite Spot on Campus:School of International Service Atrium
Book Currently Reading:The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America by Douglas Brinkley
Languages Spoken:Beginner level French and Russian