David Ehrlich is a non-profit/association Executive Director with skills in governance, organizational strategy, operations, event planning, membership engagement, volunteer management, and educational program development. He holds degrees from the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University as well as a number of credentials, including the Certified Association Executive (CAE), Certified Meeting Planner (CMP), Certified Nonprofit Professional), and the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CTPD).
An Eagle Scout, David has received the Silver Antelope from the former Central Region and Silver Beaver Award from the Clinton Valley Council. He is also a Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow. In addition to NESA and the BSA Alumni Association, David is active with the development of youth leadership training programs through Scouting U, the merit badge subcommittee through Scouts BSA, and the National Camp Accreditation Program.
David, who lives in Farmington Hills, Michigan, currently serves as a Director for the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is active on a variety of national and statewide non-profit organizations as well as several business/marketing education advisory committees.