David McDonald’s Philanthropic Initiatives in Iowa State

The first and a natural push every human being possesses is to be successful in life and have an imagine lifestyle of comfort. Well, this motivates to give your best foot forward on ideally anything you purpose to do. David McDonald is one of the few people who has been able to reach a somewhat ideal life for many. He has the education, a reputable career and amassed wealth as a result thereof. Nevertheless, he has been continuously teaching us that that is not all there is to life. His primary goal is to change the lives of the people for the better.

Following his passionate desire to improve the living standards of people among other cause, he has been actively involved in many philanthropic deeds in Iowa State. This is close because he has been born and raised up here which makes him familiar with the challenges people experience.

David McDonald runs a program dubbed, Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative which was launched in 2009. He has been teaching people and more so the Students on the best and efficient farming methods for both plants and animals. In 2011, he paid air tickets and another complimentary cost for a group of students who flew to China – OSI Facility to learn more on how technology is being used to maximize utility. Through Alpha Gamma Rho, David McDonald has been in support of quality education for all especially those you pass well but are disadvantaged in one way or the other. To know more about him click here.

About David McDonald

David McDonald is the Chief Operating Officer and President of OSI Group, a global food processor based in Aurora, United States. He joined the group as a project manager in one of OSI Industries and has grown to become one of the company executives. Elsewhere, he has worked at Marfrig Global Foods as a Director.

He has also been affiliated with the Deb Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center, the American Meat Institute as the Chairman of Board of Directors, St. Michael Parish and the naming of Marvin J. Walter. In the year 2004, he was honored with ISU Alumni Association Young Alumni Awards for establishing the association for alumni in his alma mater.