David Eilers is an enterprise leader focused on the convergence of technology development, innovation platforms, and user engagement. He serves as Adjunct Faculty at the College of Law’s Innovation Law Center and the Martin J. Whitman School of Management’s MBA program teaching Corporate Entrepreneurship,
Over the course of his career Eilers has pioneered new products, opened new international markets, and developed new business models. His focus on the healthcare industry has resulted in strategic growth through his work with the Marmon Group/ Roundtable Healthcare Partners, resulting in a $785 Million acquisition. He continued his innovation work by co-founding a technology accelerator for Welch Allyn Medical (now Baxter Int’l), launching the Life Reimagined Institute for AARP, and co-developing the IN90 program for the American Hospital Association (AHA) Center for Innovation.
In addition to teaching, Eilers is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence with an early-stage venture fund and is a Master Coach for the Squadify Team Assessment platform. He often speaks to global enterprises interested in the human-centered design and high-performance teams.
Eilers earned a B.S. in Communications/Marketing from Syracuse University.