We practice what we preach.

Each of us stands on the shoulders of others who have helped us along the way. Besides that, there are so many needs in our community (whether it’s here in the immediate Seattle area or in other parts of the world), that it is absolutely necessary for those who are blessed today to give back to the community that feeds and nurtures us. Here’s an overview of how Endicott Consulting Group supports the community.

Currently, David serves as the Program Chair for Seattle #4 Rotary, the largest and fourth oldest of all the 32,000 Rotary Clubs in the world, and as the President of the Advisory Board for the University of Washington Department of Scandinavian Studies. He is a Board member of the Northwest Youth Music Association, parent organization to the Seattle Cascades.

Previously, David has served as a leader with the following organizations: American Cancer Society of Washington; Seattle Special Olympics; the Art Pattison Communications Exchange Program (for journalists in the former Soviet Union); the University of Washington School of Music Advisory Board; the Madison Scouts; the Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Habitat for Humanity of East King County, a founding member of Leadership Conference of the American Cancer Society of Washington and others. David stands on the shoulders primarily of three people, his heroes: Dick Endicott, Manny Frey and Mike Allan.