David Danjczek

Dave Danjczek has a 45 year business career as a global business executive and ethics officer.

David W. Danjczek is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University teaching courses in international business, international marketing and global business strategy. He has been teaching at Georgetown on a part-time basis for 30 years. He retired in 2017 after 10 years with Crane Co. as its first chief ethics and compliance office. Crane Co. is a diversified manufacturer of highly engineered products focused on niche markets, a 167 year old company, with more than 11,000 employees and revenues approaching $3 billion. Dave joined Crane with more than 30 years’ experience in international business, ethics and compliance. Dave had been an executive officer of The Titan Corporation, as its vice president of compliance and ethics. He was brought on board to Titan to lead, oversee and implement significantly expanded FCPA and other business policies as well as a new compliance and ethics program. Dave’s business career began in 1974 as a contract administrator for Litton Industries. Until he joined MAPI as its vice president of Administration and corporate secretary in 2002, Dave remained with Litton and its commercial spinout companies in various management positions including being the corporate vice president of international business and the ethics & compliance director. A graduate of Georgetown Universitys School of Foreign Service, Danjczek studied on the graduate level at Waseda University in Tokyo and Loyola University in Los Angeles. He is a supporter of the National Kidney Foundation, having been a kidney donor himself.