“I am thrilled to work with such amazing people every day. The best part of my job is watching our team members be challenged, grow and get fulfillment out of the work they do. Our work environment allows us to take exceptional care of our clients and each other.”
There would be no Network 1 without the vision and commitment of David. Since its founding in 1998, David has grown Network 1 into a top-notch IT services company dedicated to delivering the best solutions for Atlanta’s small and mid-size businesses. His responsibilities include creating the vision and strategy for its growth and establishing the culture of Network 1.
David loves educating the business community on the benefits of implementing the best technology solutions for businesses and is a regular speaker for professional organizations, business associations and private companies. He has written articles for, or been quoted in, Atlanta Hospital News and Healthcare Report, International Legal Technology Association Communications Technologies Digital White Paper, Physicians Practice, American Bar Association GPSolo eReport, Georgia Medical Group Management Association, and The Wall Street Journal.
A Georgia Tech graduate with a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering, David is originally from Clarksville, TN, but has called Atlanta home since 1985. He is a member of Vistage International, an active leader at Trinity Presbyterian Church and a member of the Capital City Club. When not at work, you’ll find him in a fitness class, peddling his bike, sweating out the toxins in a hot yoga class, spraying golf balls around the course, trying out new cocktail recipes, drinking the world’s best coffee, and spending time with friends, his three kids, and his lab(ish) rescue, Juniper.
I bet you didn’t know
- David played lead guitar in a heavy metal band while in high school.
- He earned soccer all-state honors in high school.
- David makes a world-class mojito.
- You can often find him expounding on the virtues of being Younger Next Year.
- If given the chance to travel anywhere, he would go to New Zealand.