Dave leads the global Health & Life Sciences business unit at Intel that focuses on digital transformation from edge-to-cloud in order to make precision, value-based care a reality. His customers are the manufacturers who build life sciences instruments, medical equipment, clinical systems, compute appliances and devices used by research centers, hospitals, clinics, residential care settings and the home. Dave served on the boards of Consumer Technology Association Health & Fitness Division, HIMSS’ Personal Connected Health Alliance, the Global Coalition on Aging and the Alliance for Connected Care.
Dave is an outspoken advocate worldwide on the challenges and opportunities in an aging world – including United Nations, OECD, USA Capitol Hill, Milken, IFA, IAGG events and ministerial meetings across Asia & the EU. His call for a new social contract across ages was published in the AARP International Journal. He founded Intel’s China Health unit and was elected to the American Chamber of Commerce’s China Health Cooperation Program Steering Committee. He also led the build-out of Intel’s worldwide Age Friendly Initiative on aging including engagement across APEC to OECD, WHO and G-20. He previously served as the commercial GM of Intel’s BioChip Operation.
Dave holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University, an M.B.A. from Pennsylvania State University and is a Wharton Fellow. He is a board member and former Chair for a worldwide non-profit dedicated to improving infant care (www.RIE.org). He is also President of the Board of Governors of a veteran’s historical preservation organization (www.ECSAA.org).