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David Whitesock

Chief Innovation Officer

David leads our tech, data and related innovation strategies, designed to transform peer addiction management coaching, capture meaningful data and prove the impact of our work.

David Whitesock is a survivor of the disease of addiction, which has been in remission since 2005.

David leads the development and execution of our digital, tech and data strategies. His experience as a web developer drives our work to apply technology to peer-based addiction management services, capture meaningful data and demonstrate addiction wellness and the social impact of our model.

In March 2015, David was named a Bush Foundation Fellow. His fellowship focused on executive leadership development and the intersection of digital health, data science and social impact.

Whitesock is also a veteran broadcaster and journalist, with experience as a talk show host, play-by-play announcer and executive producer. His career in broadcasting ended early, due largely to the progression of addiction. During a life pivot, Whitesock launched a podcasting company in 2005.

Whitesock earned a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of South Dakota, followed by a joint juris doctorate and master’s degree. David is licensed to practice law in the state of South Dakota. 

David is based in Denver, CO.

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