David serves as a hospice volunteer with Princeton HomeCare Hospice and coordinates their “No One Dies Alone” program. He has led workshops for hospice volunteers on “Poetry & the Practice of Listening” and on “Life Review & the Art of Questioning,” for individual hospice programs and for the Annual Volunteer Conference of the New Jersey Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. He serves on the Medical Ethics Committee at UMCPP and on the board of NJ Goals of Care. He was formerly the English Chair at Princeton Day School, where he taught for 23 years and received the Robert C. Whitlock Award for Distinguished Teaching (2009). He is a graduate of the Phillips Exeter Academy (1972), Washington College (B.A., 1977), and Princeton University (M.A., 1993).