David Mack, a native of Compton, C.A., recently relocated to Eugene, Oregon--a city that I affectionately call "My Utopia."
Along his professional career journey, he has held various leadership positions, such as a law enforcement training officer, a nonprofit solar installation supervisor, and a solar and EVI (electrical vehicle infrastructure) project manager.
David is most proud of my community involvement activities. He was the Block Club Captain within my L.A. community, where I helped to organize the implementation of speed bumps to regulate vehicle speed for safety and designated safe houses for youth in the area in case of an emergency. He has also volunteered time over the years with Habitat for Humanity (helping to build affordable housing), the Junior Blind of America (partnering with youth during the Paralympic and Visually Impaired Angel City Games), the Bahati Foundation (cycling to raise funds to purchase bicycles for underprivileged youth), and the Compton Youth Build program in Compton, CA (serving as an inspirational guest speaker).