David is the Director of Information Support Services at The Blake School in Minneapolis, MN.
David received a B.A. in History, Afro-American Studies, with a minor in Integrated Global Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. With fourteen years’ of experience in education, he brings service as a classroom teacher, instructional designer, and instructional coach. He earned an M.A. in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and is enjoying his role at The Blake School while carving out time to lead workshops on innovative uses of educational technology at NAIS, PoCC, E-Learn, Ed-Media, NECC, CAIS, CUE, and the Web Communications and Strategies Conference. David co-developed the media literacy section for the Teaching the Levees curriculum project funded by the Rockefeller Foundation that uses Spike Lee’s documentary When The Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts. In 2007, David was honored as a Google Certified Teacher and the following year selected to be part of the first class of NAIS’ Teachers of the Future. Currently, he is serving as a founding member of the New Media Consortium's K-12 Ambassador program.