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David Madden is an executive vice president and Head of the West Coast Mobility Practice for DHR International. He is an active member of the firm's Technology, Media & Entertainment, and Private Equity industries practices. Read more >
David Madden is an executive vice president and Head of the West Coast Mobility Practice for DHR International. He is an active member of the firm's Technology, Media & Entertainment, and Private Equity industries practices. David is also the Co-Chair of the Human Capital Task Force of the Mobile Marketing Association.
David's practice is global in nature having completed senior assignments on 5 continents. At DHR, a "top 5 firm", David is responsible for conducting senior level retained executive search assignments. His primary focus is revenue roles (sales and marketing) in the Technology Marketplace with a specific focus on mobility, digital and broadcast media and payments companies. A few select clients include Adaptive Planning, Good Technologies, GE Software, VerticalScope, Bonten Media Group, Mercury Payments Systems and BPC Banking Technologies.
Prior to joining DHR International, David was a Partner at Lonergan Partners where he led the firm's Sales and Marketing Practice. Earlier, David was with CTPartners in the firm's Silicon Valley office. As a member of the Technology, Media, and Telecom Practice, he partnered with global teams supporting Software, Networking, and Technology Services clients.
David Madden started his career in the Financial Services Industry, working for market leaders Merrill Lynch and UBS. In that capacity, David worked with leading technology companies advising corporate officers and high net-worth individuals on how to diversify concentrated equity positions, build investment portfolios, and provide long term financial planning strategies.
David Madden is an avid outdoor enthusiast whose hobbies include skiing, tennis, golf, and running. He is a graduate of Tulane University and lives in San Francisco, CA with his wife and son. < Read less