David Wertheimer, deputy director for strategy, planning and management, Pacific Northwest team carries lead responsibilities for oversight of the foundation’s programs addressing family stability and homelessness, as well as measurement, learning and evaluation activities for the Northwest team.
Prior to joining the foundation in 2006, David worked in a variety of capacities in the non-profit, government, educational and philanthropic sectors. He was the principal and owner of Kelly Point Partners, a consulting firm focused on work with state, county and municipal governments on integration of human service systems. David worked for the King County Department of Community & Human Services in a variety of capacities, promoting the integration of services for persons with mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders and served as executive director of the New York City Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project, and a New York City Human Rights Commissioner. He serves on the boards of Funders Together to End Homelessness and Partners for Our Children, and is president of the Alumni Association of Haverford College.
David is a graduate of Haverford College, Yale University Divinity School, and the University of Connecticut School of Social Work.