David Epstein

Director of Domestic Human Resources
David Epstein, Director of Domestic Human Resources

David Epstein

Director of Domestic Human Resources

A frequent contributor to publications like Forbes.com, HR Magazine, and peer-reviewed journals, David serves as the U.S. subject matter expert on strategic human resources issues, ranging from diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and talent management, to international benefits/wellness initiatives. 

A member of the Doctors Without Borders’ management team, he is a frequent lecturer/panelist on DEI, human resources, insurance/risk management, and international employment—including at Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations and the American Bar Association International Employment Law Conference in Dublin.

David was awarded the George Washington Honor Medal from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge (2019) for excellence in public communications. He is a member of the SHRM Global Expertise Panel, a Board Member of the Tri-State Diversity Council and the Academy of Advanced Practitioners - Association for Conflict Resolution. 

A graduate of Cornell’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, he is a member of the Board of Advisors/Faculty of National Paralegal College and a Kellogg (Northwestern University) Executive Scholar. 

David has more than 20 years of human resources experience and holds master’s and post-master’s degrees in management and international employment law. He is a Certified Diversity Professional, Senior Certified HR Professional, Career Management Fellow/Coach, and a Certified Wellness Practitioner. He received the Tri-State Diversity Council’s “Most Engaged Leader” and “Company of the Year Award” in 2018. In 2019, David was selected as one of the “Top 3 Healthcare Leaders,” presented at MD Andersen Cancer Center.

In 2020, he was awarded the “Authentic Leadership Award” and “Most Engaged Leader” by the Tri-State Diversity Council. In addition, David serves as a Board Member of the Coalition for Racial Justice & Equity which develops strategies to address systemic racism in education and the justice system.