Warren David's Bio.
President and CEO of David Communications, Warren David epitomizes the entrepreneur who turns visions into thriving enterprises. His career comprises several organizations that he created and developed that have given him a solid track record in the field of communications and a sterling reputation for quality service, spirited management, and high personal and professional integrity.
Mr. David always brings a special flare to projects and events, often serving as program coordinator, moderator, and/or master of ceremonies. Well-rounded in his career and commitment to community and culture, Warren David has mastered the art of making visions real and instilling hope and optimism in his associates and friends.
More than as an entrepreneur, Mr. David excels in mass media communications, community activism and civic responsibility. His enthusiasm for multi-cultural projects is contagious, and his ability to attract people to them is unparalleled.
Mr. David founded and developed LINK Communications Group in 1996 to market long distance service. LINK grew to serve 15,000 customers through an aggressive network of more than 150 independent retailer/sub-dealers.
As Marketing and Sales Director for ANA Radio & Television Network from 1994 to 1996, Mr. David directed, trained, and motivated a national sales force in several major U.S. markets. He increased sales revenue in the Detroit region over 100 percent in less than 12 months.
As Executive Producer of "Arabesque: Insights into Arab Culture" for WDET-FM, he won a Gold Medal from the International Radio Festival of New York. NPR distributed his program to more than 50 affiliates nationwide. For "Arabesque," he produced compelling programs on all aspects of Arab life and culture.
Mr. David served as Executive Producer for "Our Life in Detroit", a radio program for Arab-Net/ANA Radio Network. He has produced and directed several video programs that focused on Arab culture. "From A to Z: Arab Contributions to the World" has been shown several times on Public Television in Detroit and at many educational institutions throughout the U.S.
Always mindful of the value of giving back to one's community, Mr. David enthusiastically and tirelessly participates in a variety of organizations. He currently serves as a board member of the American Syrian Arab Cultural Association of Michigan (ASACA), on the Advisory Board of the Center for Arab American Studies at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and as an executive board member of St. Andrew's House.
Warren David has received numerous awards:
- Alex Odeh Memorial Award from the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) at their national convention in Washington, D.C.
- Volunteer Recognition Award from the Arab American Arts Council & ACCESS, the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services
- Arab American Media Pioneer Award from ADC
- Gold Medal, International Radio Festival of New York
- Outstanding Community Producer Award, presented by WDET-FM (NPR)
Mr. David is a graduate of Ohio University's School of Communications in Athens. He and his wife, Dr. Amal Khalil David, have two daughters, Zayna and Ameera.
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