David is a Research Associate at DHM Research. Some of the core responsibilities of his role include preparing client deliverables, providing quality assurance at all stages of research, coordinating fielding of research, analyzing results, and communicating with co-workers, vendors, and clients to ensure smooth collaboration and execution of research.
David’s career goals are rooted in public health research, particularly in subjects related to barriers experienced by Asian Pacific Islanders and other communities of color. As a previous Research Assistant at Oregon Health & Science University, David supported and enhanced the research and communication efforts of a behavioral intervention program for children and teens with a variety of health conditions experiencing psychosocial stressors. His time in a public administration role at Multnomah County, which helped broaden his research interests and opportunities for new learning, paved the way to his current role at DHM.
Hailing from the island of Saipan, David possesses strong family values and proudly embraces his Filipino and Vietnamese heritage. A creative hobbyist at heart, he enjoys filming videos, creating digital illustrations, and practicing photography in his spare time.