Teach for America
Klein Moynihan Turco
New York, New York
David is a litigating attorney in technology law at Klein Moynihan Turco in New York City and is the co-founder of an education technology start-up called Minque, a platform that provides expert video answers to crowdsourced questions. He is the co-founder and Board President for the Student Movement Against Cancer (SMAC), Inc., a national non-profit which is empowers student leaders in the fight against cancer. David also serves as a consultant for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution where he researches and writes about prosecutorial reform.
David began his career as a Teach for America Corps member in Newark, New Jersey where he taught 5th/2nd grade and later served as an education program consultant for Mayor Cory Booker. After attending law school, David served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Bronx County DA’s office where he prosecuted crimes related to human trafficking, gun trafficking, and public corruption. He then served as Associate Counsel for the New York City Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice where he led multi-agency criminal justice initiatives related to gun violence reduction, anti-human trafficking, opioid harm mitigation and prosecutorial accountability.
David received his BA from Tufts University, his Masters in Public Policy (MPP) from the Harvard Kennedy School, and his JD from Rutgers Law School. David was elected to serve as President of the student body at both Tufts University and the Harvard Kennedy School.