Da’Von L. McCune has a passion for people and creative problem-solving. A graduate of the University at Buffalo, Da’Von has a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and a master’s degree in Urban Planning with a specialization in Community and Neighborhood Development. Da’Von understands the importance of connecting people with policymaking and politics to affect real change while bringing extensive experience in the nonprofit sector as well as a successful history of delivering results for grassroots organizations to the OD&A team.
Da’Von is a founding board member of The Galactic Tribe and The Wakanda Alliance Program where works of art inspired by the many cultures within the African diaspora spur insightful conversations between audiences about the impact we can create by combing space-time, culture, and imagination to build our communities. Da’Von also sits on the Board of the King Urban Life Center. An Associate in OD&A’s Buffalo office, Da’Von helps our clients find the right solutions and achieve results.
Martin Luther King, Jr. leading the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March, a 5-day, 54-mile protest in Alabama over Black voting rights. Good morning from Atlanta… The birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. whom we honor on this federal holiday created in 1986 to commemorate...