A graduate of Notre Dame and Harvard Law , David practiced law for two years in New York city before joining the Johnson & Johnson law department. There he stayed for 16 years, the last 3 as General Counsel and member of the Board of Directors. In 1978, he moved to the management side, serving in turn as President of McNeil Pharmaceutical, Group Chairman of several Latin American subsidiaries, member of the Executive Committee, Chairman of the world-wide Consumer Sector, and Vice Chairman of the Board. While at J&J, he was a member of the small senior team of executives handling the 1982 and 1986 TYLENOL poisoning episodes, serving as the face of the company in several early TV interviews. Leaving in 1986, he spent 2 years in venture capital, and 5 years as president of the Health Care Products division of Schering Plough Corporation and member of their Operations Committee. Since retiring, he has done consulting and served on the Boards of several public and private companies.
In his private life, he has been active in the Aspen Institute seminar programs, has taught his own course on Corporate Social Responsibility at several colleges and universities, served on the boards of several non-profits including Fairleigh Dickenson University (Chairman), The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation, and the Incline Village Community Hospital . He and his wife Judy have been residents of Incline Village for 16 years.
- B.S., Central Connecticut State University
- MEd, University of Nevada
Patricia Cooper has over thirty years of experience in education as a public school special and general education classroom teacher, secondary education learning strategist, and as a district project facilitator in secondary education literacy – professional development. Her last position was a Coordinator III, Program Evaluator Inclusive Schools Practices/Reading Intervention, Clark County School District, Las Vegas, Nevada, Student Support Services Division.
- EdD, University of California, Davis
Dr. Steven Crow has held CFO positions over the last 16 years at several community colleges in California, including Southwestern College, Monterey Peninsula College, and College of the Siskiyous, and was on the faculty at the University of Nevada Reno.
RCA Advisor, Professional Project Director
- MEd, Administration and Educational Leadership, Sierra Nevada College
- MA, Teaching, Sierra Nevada College
- BA, Communications, University of Nevada, Reno
Brittany joined Sierra Nevada College as an adjunct professor and academic advisor after completing her teacher licensure and MAT from Sierra Nevada. After completing her M.A. in Teaching, Brittany continued her education with SNC by completing her M.Ed. in Administration and Educational Leadership in 2012. Currently, Brittany is teaching Math in the Washoe County School District, while serving as a member of a 21st Century Learning Academy which will increase technology in the classroom.
- BSC, Social Work, University of Nevada, Reno
- MAEd, Elementary Education, University of Phoenix, Reno
- MAEd, Administration and Supervision, University of Phoenix, Reno
Sally D’Ault has been a teacher with WCSD for 10 years. She has taught Kinder – 4th Grade and has tutored children in 4 – 6th grade. She holds a BSc from UNR in Social Work, a MAEd in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix and a MAEd in Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix. She currently teaches First Grade at Dodson Elementary School in Reno. When not teaching she enjoys spending time with her young family and traveling.