As chief technology officer, David manages the technical engineering team and is responsible for all website, mobile and internal product development, corporate IT and data center operations across Zillow Group. David joined Zillow in 2005 as one of the company’s first executive leaders, and in addition to his CTO role, has been deeply involved in organizational development and growing the company to its size and strength today. In 2012, David was named the region’s Most Innovative CTO by the Puget Sound Business Journal.
Prior to Zillow, David was CTO of Expedia, which he joined as one of its earliest team members and where he spent 12 years. David started his career at Microsoft in the handheld computing group. David earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science and an engineering master’s in computer science from Cornell University.
David is a board trustee with a number of advocacy, education and charitable organizations, including Technology Alliance, T4A.org, Plymouth Housing Group and University Prep.
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