David Sanchez is Managing Director of Stonehaven's Miami Office. Mr. Sanchez has been a Franchise Partner at Stonehaven since 2004 and is actively involved in the Firm's capital raising activities. Mr. Sanchez has specialized in hedge funds since 1989 and was a pioneer in alternative investments. Based in Miami since 2005, Mr. Sanchez and his team have a client base in the U.S., Brazil, South Africa, India and Europe. David Sanchez served on the board of directors for Shelterbox USA, a non-profit organization assisting in disaster relief efforts, and continues to advise the founder and executive committee of Shelterbox UK. Mr. Sanchez is President of the Yale Club of South Florida , is a member of the Association of Yale Alumni Board of Governors, and serves as the International Chair of Yale Day of Service. Sanchez is also President and CEO of the National Executive Service Corps of Miami, one or 31 affiliates of a non-profit consulting services network founded in 1977 by David Rockefeller.
Mr. Sanchez graduated from Yale University with an M.A. with Honors and a M.Phil in Political Science.
In addition, Mr. Sanchez was a Fulbright Fellow, a Ford Foundation Fellow, a Tinker Fellow and a Yale Fellow while attending Yale University.
General Burn Loeffke
General Loeffke is a West Point graduate with a BS in Engineering, an MA in Russian and a PhD in International Relations. He commanded Combat Infantry Parachute Units and was the Commanding General of Army South. He is a ranger, a parachutist and a pilot. In 1973 he led the first official visit to China by young American Leaders. In 1981 he became the first Army General to represent the Defense Department in the Peoples Republic of China. In 1982 he became the first Westerner to parachute with Chinese Paratroopers.
He has been awarded the Purple Heart for wounds in combat as well as several Valor Awards. He served in the White House and was the Director of the Commission on White House Fellows. General Loeffke retired from the Army in 1992 and immediately started his medical career. In 1997 he had his first taste of missionary medicine in a combat zone in Africa. He now participates in medical missions abroad and teaches Emergency Medicine and Mediation in medical schools.
Mr. Donahue established the Municipal & Financial Services Group more than 30 years ago and has served as its director ever since. His experience includes provision of management and financial advice to more than a hundred clients across the United States and abroad. He is active in the Government Finance Officers Association, American Water Works Association, and the Water Environment Federation.
He has served as a member of a Base Realignment and Closure Commission and as chairman of Anne Arundel Countys $1.0+ billion Pension Oversight Commission. He chaired AWWAs Finance and Accounting Committee, and currently chairs that organizations GASB 34 task force; he is a member of a committee that is updating and expanding the Water Utility Accounting textbook sponsored by AWWA and GFOA. He has been accredited and served as an expert witness in accounting, engineering, contract, construction and utility rate matters. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University with a bachelors degree in accounting, he earned an MBA in finance at George Washington University.
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