Dave Myers has served in leadership positions in the health care, higher education, and state government sectors. Mr. Myers served in key advisory roles for two Pennsylvania Governors as a principal adviser on environmental, energy, health care, economic development, and higher education matters. He has also served in key staff positions in both chambers of the Pennsylvania General Assembly and as Vice President of a major health care trade association.
Currently he is actively providing consulting services for clients in health care, economic development, and higher education. He has experience in communication and message development, opinion surveys, strategic planning, and research. He has substantial experience in school finance and health care payment systems. He has helped develop major state programs such as
He was also instrumental in developing the KINBER project, which secured the single largest federal broadband grant to expand access to high speed telecommunications across the Commonwealth.
Mr. Myers has served on the Board of Governors of the State System of Higher Education, the Evangelical Hospital Board, the Pennsylvania State Employees Benefit Trust Fund, the Pennsylvania State Employees Retirement System Board, the Greater Susquehanna Keystone Innovation Zone board, the Union County Economic Development Authority, the Cumberland County Planning Commission, the Cumberland Valley School Board, the Cumberland-Perry Vocational-Technical School Board, and the Tri-County Planning Commission. He recently served on a Technical Expert Panel for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Studies.
Most recently, he served as Chief of Staff and Executive Director for External Relations at Bucknell University, where he was instrumental in securing $26 million in funding, creating the strategic vision, and developing the programming for four projects in downtown Lewisburg that enabled the university to deploy strategic campus assets to anchor the business corridor. He helped establish the campus Greening Council to foster environmental stewardship and sustainability. He also managed Bucknell's sponsored research program and guided its economic development activities.