David is a partner with Sendero and has over 17 years of management consulting experience across multiple industries and an additional six years of senior business and IT leadership experience in industry. His primary responsibilities at Sendero include business strategy, business development, the growth of our team and its capabilities, and working to ensure we are effective stewards of our clients’ businesses, Sendero’s business and culture, and our community.
David has deep strategic planning expertise gained through helping executives build their organization, design their processes, and develop technology plans to enable their business strategy. His blend of consulting and industry leadership experience provides him with valuable perspective necessary to help executives best structure their organization and processes to enable true alignment and the effective delivery of large and complex change initiatives.
Prior to joining Sendero, David was a consultant with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) and Tactica Technology (now Hitachi Consulting) and provided senior leadership to IT and business organization in the energy and healthcare industries. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin. David is married with two kids, and his passions include sports, coaching his kids’ soccer teams, great food and wine, and seeing (if not changing) the world.
Why I love my job:
“I love having the opportunity to build a company that employs talented, driven people who are committed to doing the right thing, and then helping them develop as professionals and as people. I love helping people (employees, clients, partners, etc.) find their passion(s) and realize success. And I love being able to touch our clients’ businesses and transform them to make them better.”
Most people don’t know I:
Am among the World’s worst singers
Best thing ever:
When I know my kids are happy
Wish from a genie:
To walk in Bono’s shoes for just one day, including fronting the band in a performance that night.
People who don’t think and traffic
My favorite place is:
Where my family and friends are
An outstanding Cabernet and some really good chocolate.
My last meal would be:
Enjoying a cup of crawfish bisque from Pappadeaux, all the fresh steamed Dungeness crab I can eat, Houston’s french fries, La Duni’s warm milk chocolate pudding cake, several bottles of Altamura Cabernet Sauvignon, all with family and friends.
My favorite book: