David Yang is the vice president of digital transformation at ICF. He drives cutting-edge digital transformation initiatives in the public and private sector, and has held leadership positions in industry organizations and the federal government, including the Library of Congress (LOC). During his tenure at LOC, he designed more than 40 websites, computer-based training systems, and kiosks, including the LOC’s main homepage, THOMAS, and American Memory.
David is an Executive-in-Residence at the Ed Snider Center for Enterprise and Markets in the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He serves on the Board of the Association for Federal Information Resources Management (AFFIRM) and the Advanced Technology Academic Research Council (ATARC). David serves as a mentor/advisor for DCode.org, where he applies his expertise in sales and marketing strategy to venture-backed startups looking to enter the federal market in the categories of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, cloud-based technologies, and analytics. He also holds the rank of captain as a volunteer firefighter/EMT with the Prince George’s County Fire Department, MD. David holds a Master of Arts in Design from the University of Baltimore and a Bachelor of Science in Advertising Design from the University of Maryland.