David created Stanford’s first Behavior Design major in 2011. While a student, he started co-consulting with BJ Fogg and worked throughout school. After Stanford, he declined to continue graduate school in business at Stanford and Harvard. Instead, he deepened doing Behavior Design for different teams in sizes and fields: Non-profits in global malnutrition and education; For-profits in millennial news engagement and mobile health; Early-stage startups daring to tackle huge challenges in behavioral addiction, technology addiction, and consistent mental health via meditation. Currently, he is finishing up his first book on Behavior Design with BJ Fogg, PhD. Simultaneously, he is working with his two partners at Behavior Delta: a leading design firm that leverages neuroscience and behavior design to support purposeful profit companies.
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