David brings a unique blend of visionary leadership and deep operational experience to TeamTech, drawn from his more than 40 years’ experience as an executive leader within the governmental sector. He served as the Warden of Lansing Correctional Facility for 21 years, as well as the Director of the Johnson County Juvenile Services Center.
In his position as Warden, he had management responsibility for 2,500 clients, 1,000 staff, 120 buildings, 3,500 acres and an annual operating budget of approximately $38 million. He is known for establishing a culture of ethical behavior, responsibility, accountability and fairness. As Director of Juvenile Services, he had 40 clients, 100 staff and an annual operating budget of approximately $4 million. There he created a culture of sensitivity to the needs of the youth and a physical environment that is “softer” and “non-prison” for the mental wellbeing of the youth served while maintaining security and safety.
David has served on numerous local and state boards and, on the national level, as a Commissioner of the American Correctional Association Commission of Accreditation, member of the National Law Enforcement Corrections Technology Center Technology Assessment Committee, and as a national correctional quality and standards compliance auditor conducting over 150 audits for local, state, federal, and private facilities.
David earned his B.A. in Sociology from McPherson College and his M.A. in Administration of Justice from Wichita State University. His professional articles and presentations include topics of ethics, volunteerism, and use of technology in changing management practices and organizational culture.
Contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-683-0300.