David Wistocki Biography
As Senior Analyst, David Wistocki applies a unique blend of ethics, academic talents, relentless focus on achieving goals, team building, and compassion for those less fortunate in providing keen analysis for our company’s activities.
David’s duties include analyzing current global trends in sovereignty and international affairs as they relate to Haiti, reporting on various other topics that contribute to HR&DC’s overall success, conducting and managing special projects as deemed necessary by HR&DC’s founder, and contributing as a member of HR&DC’s executive steering committee.
David Wistocki Background
David is a magna cum laude graduate and President’s Leadership Fellow of The University of Tampa (UT) with a Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship and Accounting. A UT Rhodes Scholar nominee, David designed student teams for social enterprise business plan competitions in his senior year that won several awards and honors including the Texas Christian University Values & Ventures Competition Founders’ Award, First Place in the CEO Council of Tampa Bay’s Business Plan Competition, recognition as a SOCAP13 Social Entrepreneur, and TiE Tampa Bay’s 2013 Student Entrepreneur Award. Those successes drove him and his team to incorporate Ambrosia Global, LLC—a social enterprise currently developing a portable aquaponics unit for impoverished communities.
Passionate about building capacity for organizations through interdisciplinary synergy, David brings over 12 years of entrepreneurial endeavors to the team to drive forward HR&DC’s disruption of status quo international development orthodoxies.
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