Founder and CEO, TINYpulse
David is the CEO and founder of TINYpulse which he started in 2012. At the recent Bersin by Deloitte Impact conference, Josh Bersin introduced David in his opening remarks as one of the true innovators in employee engagement. David is also author of the book Careercation and a guest contributor for Entrepreneur Magazine, American Express Open Forum, and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, and CNN on employee engagement issues.
Before TINYpulse, David cofounded BuddyTV in 2005, focusing on content development, strategy, and monetization. Prior to that, he cofounded NetCoversions in 1999, which was sold to aQuantive in 2004. After the acquisition of NetConversions, David was Vice President at Razorfish, a division of aQuantive. Prior to that he was a consultant at Andersen Consulting. David graduated from U.C. Berkeley and received his MBA from Wharton. He has also studied at Beijing University and INSEAD. David was the youngest recipient of the prestigious Woodrow Wilson Fellowship and has received the Puget Sound Business Journal “40 Under 40” award.