David Crouch, MBA '05, MS '08 graduated from The Johns Hopkins University School of Professional Studies in Business and Education in 2005 with an MBA (nonprofit management). In 2007, he earned the MSITS degree (competitive intelligence) from the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Prior to graduate studies, he completed BA degrees in Russian and International Relations at Goucher College.
Mr. Crouch currently works at The Johns Hopkins University in the Information Technology Department as a member of the leadership team for the IT Solutions Center. There, he serves as the chairman of the Employee Engagement Committee and as a member of the Johns Hopkins University Diversity Leadership Council. Since 2008, he has been teaching nonprofit management classes as an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore. Mr. Crouch also has prior experience as vice president and executive trainer for an insurance marketing agency in Towson, Maryland.
Outside of work, he serves as president of the Baltimore Alumni Association of Delta Sigma Pi, president of Learning is for Tomorrow, Inc. (an adult literacy program), and president of the Southeast Community Organization, Inc. His hobbies include fiction writing, Russian literature, and tennis. David lives with his wife in Fells Point (Baltimore), Maryland.