Lives: Washington, D.C. –
David is President of the Center for Competitive Politics, a group dedicated to defend First Amendment rights to political speech, assembly and petition. He has previously served as the executive director of Club for Growth, executive vice president of the National Taxpayers Union and executive director of Americans for Fair Taxation, groups that work for economic freedom and sound tax policies. He has had a long and distinguished career in nonprofit advocacy. David earned a B.A. in Physics at Vassar College.
He has been involved in squash for over a decade, his children are avid players who competed in junior squash and compete collegiately. David’s wife Holly Schadler is an nonprofit tax attorney in the Washington, D.C. area, where his kids grew up playing squash, then moved on to successful college squash careers. David has served on the District Committee for several years, most recently being selected to serve as Chairman. David has been the President of National Capital Squash since 2011.