David L. Skolnick is a principal in Peterson Skolnick & Dodge. Since joining the agency in 1988, David has provided communication direction and support for clients in consumer products, health care, financial services, high-tech, education, the arts, and travel.


His work involves consulting and creative projects to market brands, products, and services, as well as organizational change initiatives targeted for internal and external audiences.


Prior to joining PS&D, David was Manager of Communications for Levi Strauss & Company. In this position, he created and managed numerous international campaigns for marketing, investor relations, and internal communication, including training and development.


Before moving to the Bay Area, David taught undergraduate and graduate courses in group dynamics, public speaking, interpersonal communication, and mass media at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.


During his time in Washington, David was retained as a communication consultant for several federal agencies and research organizations. Among those were The Federal Bureau of Prisons, The Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and The Guggenheim Foundation. David’s background also includes working as a television news producer and director for Westinghouse Broadcasting, and service in the U.S. Army.


David holds a Master of Arts Degree in Communication from Penn State University.