David Brodwin

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"David Brodwin advises non-profits and sustainable businesses on critical issues of strategy and communications. In 25+ years as a management consultant, he has served hundreds of clients from both the public and private sector. His consulting draws on strategic disciplines honed in years of work with leading corporations in the technology and media industries, plus extensive work in advocacy communications in the public sector.

"In the private sector, David was a partner at Accenture, a leading global management and technology consulting firm, where he led the strategy practice in the media and entertainment industry; a director at Arthur D. Little, where he headed the firm’s high tech consulting practice in Silicon Valley, and a vice president at Radius, a computer peripherals company, where he held line management responsibility for product and strategic marketing. His private sector experience spans marketing and positioning, business plan development, and business unit strategy.

"David has held senior executive and board positions as well as consulting roles in the. nonprofit sector. He was executive director at Rockridge Institute, where he worked on ground-breaking approaches to strategic communications. David is a co-founder and board member of American Sustainable Business Council, a business advocacy network calling for policy change to support a more vibrant, just, and sustainable economy. He is a member of the executive committee of New Economy Network, which works for transformation change in the U.S. economy. He was president of New Voice of Business, a California business advocacy group that advocates for climate protection. David holds an MBA from Stanford Business School and a BA with honors from Harvard." [1]


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  1. New Level Group David Brodwin, organizational web page, accessed December 27, 2013.