Writer, Entrepreneur, Grandfather, Chief warrior
David is a Writer, Proud Grandpa, Trail Hiker, Investor, Researcher in New & Disruptive Tech, Web Developer, and Brand Marketing & Social Media Expert. David’s short stories have been published online. He created and currently manages these websites:
David is currently working on his memoirs of growing up in Ecuador, both little towns in the Andes and the island of Santa Cruz, in Galápagos Islands, and then, Greenwich, CT. The book titled “One chance encounter” will be published in the Spring of 2024.
He grew up in Cos Cob, Connecticut, brought his family up in Riverside, Connecticut and now resides in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, with his wife Evelyn (née Tyrrell). They have two children: Elizabeth and Kieran. His first grandchild, Bridget Leigh, just turned 2 years old and another grandchild is on the way.
He received a BS in Business Administration from Charter Oak College and an MBA in Corporate Finance from Pace University, Lubin School of Business. He worked in a fortune 500 corporation for 30 years, then a non-profit for 16 years, and now he is working as a Social Media Marketing consultant to a local Washington County Health Services non-profit. He will continue to focus on his consulting, researching, writing, and being the best Grandpa.
He devotes his time between the grandchildren, hiking, web building, social media marketing, and writing a memoir of growing up in Ecuador and Galápagos Islands titled “One Chance Encounter”.
His motto is:
“I can’t save the whole world but I can save my little corner”
“The circle is small but very strong and it keeps on growing”
There is a lot of work to be done to ensure all the members of our community are safe and strong as they get older. I have no illusions that the path will be easy, but it will be fun if we all work together to achieve this dream.
Can we count on you?
Making a Documentary
Traveling to make a documentary was the best as we visited the country, travelled around, met locals, shot movies, attended festivals, explored the countryside, looked at ruins, and got to meet very important people. Once back home, we would edit and end up with a documentary of the place, its peple, and its religion. Once released, the documentary would be viewed by thousands of people.