David Silver

Legacy Member

Resides: Glenside, Pennsylvania 

Educational Background: Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Master of Business Administration from Georgia Institute of Technology

Career: Multi-faceted healthcare background with over 15 years of experience working between UnitedHealth Group, the Emory Healthcare hospital system, and the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson. Currently is a Marketing Director within Janssen Oncology.

Years Involved in Multisport: 17 years

Role with the USA Triathlon Foundation: Legacy Member of the USA Triathlon Foundation Board of Trustees

Why are you involved with the USA Triathlon Foundation: Triathlon challenges the versatility of the athlete. That is what I truly love about the sport and what drew me to the sport.  Through the years, triathlon has afforded me so many great opportunities from competing against the top athletes in the world to racing in multiple countries.  Now it is my time to give back to the sport. At Johnson & Johnson, we have a mantra of Do Good, Be Well. My goal is to carry this mantra to support the successful achievement of the goals of the USA Triathlon Foundation.

Athletic Background: David was a varsity swimmer at Georgia Tech from 1998-2002. After college, he started triathlon in 2003. He was ranked 1st amatuer in the 25-29 age group in the United States and was named an Honorable Mention for the USA Triathlon Triathlete of the Year in 2006. He won Escape from Alcatraz as an amatuer triathlete. David was named a USA Triathlon All-American from 2004 to 2006. David went on to race among the elite ranks at ITU Triathlons in five different countries. On top of his many triathlon results, he has completed six marathons with a best time of 2:48 at the Boston Marathon.