Executive Education CEO David Newkirk on Ethics at Darden


Darden School of Business

David Newkirk served as CEO of Executive Education at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business from 2005-2012, during which time the program was twice ranked #1 globally by the Financial Times. Earlier, he was a Senior Partner at Booz Allen (now Strategy&) where he led the worldwide Strategy Practice. This followed seven years of global assignments at American Express. He has served on the London Business School's Global Advisory Board, the British Government's Energy Group Advisory Board, and as an Advisor to Qatar's Supreme Council on Information and Communications Technology. David received degrees in mathematics and philosophy from Carleton College and Oxford University, where he was a Marshall Scholar.

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