David Kervin joined Navstar as a member of its executive team in December 2012 in the role of Chief Strategy Officer & VP of Business Development. In this position he reports to the CEO and is responsible for overall company strategy, business development and growth initiatives.
David has focused on the federal and international arena for more than 20 years as a U.S. Marine, consultant, senior executive and strategic growth advisor.
Prior to joining Navstar, David served as a member of the senior management team and oversaw mergers and acquisitions, business development and capture, product development and special projects for KeyPoint Government Solutions Inc., a Veritas Capital portfolio business.
Prior to joining KeyPoint, David was a senior executive at Level 4, a Vision Capital portfolio company focused on the federal sector, where he consulted to senior management teams on strategy, performed diligence on potential acquisitions and investments and advised Vision Capital and other investors on the defense, intelligence and security arenas.
Before Level 4, David was an operating division president with a $200M U.S.-based security business, where he founded and operated five separate multi-million dollar business units with domestic and international operations serving the U.S. Department of Defense, intelligence community and Fortune 10 clients.
For several years prior, David staffed, led and managed a variety of country-level, high-risk national security operations and Fortune 100 security programs.
An honorably discharged veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, David served 12 years on both active duty and in the reserve in a variety of infantry and intelligence billets with various commands, joint task forces and agencies.
David has authored and delivered high-level training programs for the U.S. government, foreign allied nations and large private concerns, and has been a subject-matter-expert guest speaker on government contractors and international security operations at the
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He is involved with multiple charitable causes, to include Becky’s Fund and the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund.