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David is a driven, energetic, and disciplined individual. Between going to school at UBC and working part-time as an Emergency Police Call-Taker, David spends numerous hours volunteering with the 33rd Richmond Scout Group with youth aged 8-10 years old in the Cub Section as well as leading a group of 18-26 year olds within the Rover Section through Service based projects and personal development. He is completing his Bachelor of Arts in the Interdisciplinary studies. He is set to complete his studies in December of 2016 with an official graduation date of June 2017.

Work experience

May 2015Present

Emergency Communications Operator

Emergency Communications for British Columbia Inc.

Working as an emergency communications operator is one of the toughest jobs David has ever had to work in. Part of the job as a Police call taker is to be able to handle stress, multi-task and communicate to the public effectively and professionally. As an emergency communications operator David has to work in unison with the public, the Dispatcher and other co-workers to help save lives and protect property.

May 2014Sep 2014

Summer Day Camp Leader

Kitsilano War Memorial Community Center

During the Summer of 2014, David had the chance to work with a highly energetic group of kids aged 6-12. He had the chance to plan an exciting program from scratch with an amazing team. He then lead the program with his team. These activities ranged from arts and crafts, to sports and outings.

May 2013Apr 2014

Director of Operations

UBC eProjects Club

David was one of two Directors of Operations at UBC's Entrepreneurship Projects Club. He worked closely with the VP Operations in maintaining the progress of organization activities and events.  The Operations Director plays a vital role in leading the success of every club event and activity. Working in unison with various members of the executive team, he ensured the quality of all the events.

Oct 2012Aug 2013


Student Works Painting West

Running his own painting businesses was one of the most challenging things David has had to do. There were three parts of the business being a franchisee. Marketing, Estimating and Production. David spent the summer leading these painters that he had hired into a brand new experience. David advertised and hired a marketing team to go door to door to sell paint jobs, gave people estimates and sold them the job, and executed the job and delivered what he promised. 


Sep 2012Present

Bachelor of Arts

University of British Columbia

David currently attends the University of British Columbia. He is looking to complete his Bachelor of Arts in the Interdisciplinary program in June of 2017. The interdisciplinary program allows David to branch out what he studies. He currently has a primary discipline in the social sciences studying courses mainly in Commerce with a secondary discipline in Sociology and the Sciences.