David Eagles joined the Washington, D.C. based Partnership for Public Service in 2015 as the Director of the Center for Presidential Transition leading the initiatives to assist the presidential candidates and outgoing Administration in navigating and improving the transition process, to promote presidential transition reforms with Congress, to develop management recommendations for the next administration, and to train political appointees to lead effectively.
David previously led strategic initiatives, operational transformations and major transitions spanning the private, public and political sectors most recently serving as Vice President and Chief of Staff to the CEO at Waste Management, the Fortune 200 firm. He was also a Vice President and operating executive for several private equity owned portfolio companies and a Senior Strategy and Performance Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton.
In the public sector, David was a leader for the Romney presidential transition team in 2012 and was appointed in both the Bush and Obama Administrations as the Advisor to the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and as a Director for the Department of the Treasury’s financial stability efforts. He served at the senior executive service level and won the distinguished service award for his work during the housing and financial crisis.
David received a MPP in Business and Government from Harvard University and a BS in Finance from the University of Alabama.