David Englin is the Chief Operating Officer of the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region, the second largest Red Cross region in the United States, serving more than 10 million people in four counties. In that role, he oversees the executive directors of the four Red Cross chapters that comprise the region and leads all human resources, finance, facilities, fleet, and other operational support functions, including facilities and fleet support to Red Cross Biomedical Services. In addition to supporting Red Cross disaster preparedness, resiliency, response and recovery services, he is directly responsible for Service to the Armed Forces, International Services, and implementing a new vision to enhance emergency preparedness in vulnerable communities.
David came to the Red Cross with 20 years of diverse leadership experience in the military, political, business, and non-profit sectors. Previously, David was elected to four terms in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing constituents in the fun part of Alexandria, and parts of Arlington and Fairfax; he served as Executive Vice President of BizFed, the Los Angeles County Business Federation, mobilizing the collective voices of more than 275,000 employers throughout Southern California; and he ran his own advocacy and communications firm, serving primarily nonprofit clients, with a particular focus on Latinos in higher education.