“Originally from Columbia, SC, David moved to Austin, TX, to attend the University of Texas in the fall of 1999. He became a licensed real estate agent in the spring of 2002 and founded his business during the summer before his senior year of college with the acquisition of a single family home. Since 2002, David’s companies have acquired and developed single family homes and duplexes, small apartment buildings, and one condo conversion. Currently, David is working on developing a boutique hotel in downtown Austin.
Family and community have always been a priority for David. These principles were instilled in him at an early age from his parents and grandparents, who were active in Jewish Federation life. David has been active in the Austin Jewish community since 2004. His devotion to volunteering has led him to become a board member of the Jewish Community Association of Austin. His responsibilities on the board are related to young leadership as an ex-officio member of the board. He is also a member of the National Young Leadership Cabinet of the Jewish Federations of North America, an organization that promotes philanthropy and leadership within the community. Additionally, David is part of the ROI community, an international network of activists and change makers who are redefining Jewish engagement for a new generation of global citizens. In the past, David has served on other boards and cabinets in the Austin Jewish community, including: men’s division cabinet, YAD chair and committee member, J-Lead steering committee, J-Lead participant, recipient of the inaugural Hineni award (given to a young leader at the annual young adult division campaign event), allocations committee and Maccabi games delegation head for the Austin Maccabi games held in 2013.”