What people are saying
President & CEO for League for Innovation in the Community College
While serving as Chancellor for the Maricopa Community Colleges, I had the pleasure of working with David through our office of public relations and marketing. His experience and demeanor helped the district and college administration understand the value of our investment in public relations and helped establish a clear vision to communicate facts consistent with our mission and values. His counsel during times of crisis management helped the college district develop a planned proactive program while at the same time strengthen media relations.
Founder & President, MCM Strategies
David is the media and PR bulldog you want in your corner. He fights for his clients with integrity and honor, balancing a strong arm and calm leadership style. This is exactly the type of trait needed in managing a crisis; David has this mastered. With an astute eye for details, he excels in the tactical execution of a plan. Yet as a master in PR strategy, he is also one who keeps the overall business objective top-of-mind. David “wins” for his clients, hands down.
President & Managing Editor at Fennemore Craig, P.C.
David is the best there is -- period. He's smart, conscientious, and cares deeply about his clients and coworkers. I could not recommend him any higher to anyone considering hiring him. He is simply off the charts.
Arizona Director, Common Sense Media
David has been a great source of information and solid spokesman for the clients he represents. He always has been easy to work with, responsive, fair and creative when working with the Phoenix Business Journal. He really understands the media industry, deadlines and how to tell a story. I have worked with David over the years in various capacities, and he always has been eager to help provide any necessary information and materials to assist our reporters. David's knowledge of a variety of topics and industries, as well as his expertise, makes him an outstanding communications professional.