David joined PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2001, bringing with him extensive knowledge and experience from the voluntary sector, having developed the Prince’s Trust team programme after the Brixton riots and held various posts in the creative industries in relation to social inclusion and social mobility.
David specialises in collaborative cross sector partnerships having initiated and developed PwC’s own social enterprise hub the Fire Station in London incorporating ‘Brigade’ a restaurant training those at risk of homelessness in culinary skills and housing the School for Social Entrepreneurs, Social Enterprise UK and the PwC Social Entrepreneurs Club.
David has worked with other PwC territories to replicate this collaborative model such as Milan , where PwC have developed ‘ InGalera’, a restaurant ran by prisoners.
David is a Trustee of the PwC Foundation, a Director of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS) and a Commissioner on the London Community Commission.
David was named SEUK’s Social Enterprise Champion of the Year and a BitC Game changer in 2012 and awarded a Global CSR Excellence & Leadership Award 2013.
David has a keen interest in both social inclusion and the arts and is an Ambassador for the Unicorn Theatre London.