David started his career in politics and campaigns working with Senator Fred Thompson and the Governmental Affairs Committee. He then worked for then-US Rep. Marsha Blackburn on her initial 2002 campaign, her initial term in Congress and her re-election as Campaign Manager. He managed Bush-Cheney Re-Election in North Carolina with various others until he closed out the campaign in Pennsylvania and on the Inaugural Committee. He served as a congressional liaison on intellectual property laws for the US Patent and Trademark Office before lobbying for Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, National Community Pharmacists Association and more than six years with DaVita. He now runs government affairs for Coherus BioSciences.