David Greene is an award winning, certified strategic planner, facilitator and leadership and executive coach. His selected credentials include certification as a corporate strategic planner, an MBTI practitioner, and a Leadership Circle Coach, 16PF, Leadership Versatility Index, and Innovation Pi practitioner. He has been producing leadership development events for global companies, including employee resource groups, professional associations, leading universities, private foundations and other non-profits, for nearly two decades.
For much of the same time he has been well regarded for strategies that support organizational clients in identifying, assessing and developing diverse talent for leadership roles.
As junior associate, Eric provides account and program management for the firm’s clients. His responsibilities include meeting planning and support, member communications, organizational materials development and other account management support. Eric received his B.A. from Howard University in Washington, DC. He has experience marketing, advertising and client management. Prior to his move to Washington, DC Metropolitan area, Eric resided in Michigan.
Treva provides clients with scholarly-level research and writing for developing and executing communications and strategic plans. She also conducts research for various projects Urbanomics undertakes. Treva is a doctoral candidate and Duke Endowment Fellow in the Department of History at Duke University. She received her B.A. from Oberlin College and her M.A. in History from Duke University. She has served as a program coordinator and board member for the John Hope Franklin Scholars Program and is currently a Program Assistant and Admissions Coordinator for the Reginaldo Howard Scholarship Program. Her research and teaching fields include U.S. History, African American History, Caribbean History, Women’s Studies, and Cultural Studies. Treva is a native Washingtonian.
Marvin is a 16-year veteran of political campaigns and recognized nationally as an expert in voter contact strategy. Marvin brings a unique set of campaign management skills. As a senior campaign strategist for nearly a decade and having successfully managed operations for some of America’s most watched political battles, he has earned a reputation for winning tough initiatives – electoral, referendum and issue. His work includes serving as Director of 3 state primary operations for President Clinton, Southern California Field Director for the AFL-CIO’s Labor ’98 campaign, and Los Angeles Field Director for Labor’s “No on Proposition 226” campaign. He is a graduate of Old Dominion University with a degree in Political Science
As junior associate, Lesley assists in the production and coordination of key materials that support client specific communications strategies. Her responsibilities include drafting materials, media outreach and account management support. Lesley received her B.A. in Journalism from Howard University. She has experience in political campaigns, media promotions and event management. Prior to attending college in Washington, DC, Lesley resided in St. Louis, Missouri.