David Resnick is chair of the board of Katz, Sapper & Miller. Previously, David served as managing partner for nearly 20 years. Under David’s leadership, KSM grew from 100 employees to more than 350 located in multiple offices across the U.S. KSM was continually recognized as a top-performing firm by multiple organizations during David’s tenure, including being named a “Best Place to Work in Indiana” for 15 consecutive years. KSM is one of only two companies in the state to be named a Best Place to Work in Indiana every year since the program’s inception.
David also serves as a management advisor to his numerous clients, offering experience in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, cash management, financing, forecasts and projections, tax planning, and business consultation and structuring. David’s areas of special expertise include accounting for the advertising, distribution, lodging, and service industries.
David graduated with honors from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and a master’s degree in business administration and finance.
David is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Indiana CPA Society. He currently serves on the boards of Indiana Landmarks, University of Indianapolis (currently serving as vice chair of the board of trustees), IU Health Philanthropy Council, Beth-El Zedeck Foundation (previously serving as chairman), Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee, and WFYI Foundation (previously serving as board chair). David also serves on the board of the United Way of Central Indiana as an emeritus director (previously serving as board chair).
David is past president and a lifetime member of the board of directors of Congregation Beth-El Zedeck and was a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization/World Presidents’ Organization. He is past chair of the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the Simon Hillel Center. Additionally, he has served on the boards of Methodist Health Foundation, Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, and American Cancer Society.
In 2018, David was honored as an outstanding alumnus for his long-standing dedication to community service by the Department of Accounting at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He is also a recipient of the David Cook Memorial Award and L.L. Mossler Community Service Award for outstanding leadership and service to the Jewish and Indianapolis communities.
In 2020, David was selected by Governor Eric Holcomb as a recipient of the Sagamore of the Wabash award, one of the highest honors bestowed upon a Hoosier, in recognition of his distinguished service and contributions to the state of Indiana. Additionally, in 2021 he was inducted into the Hoosier Heritage Hall of Fame by Heritage Place of Indianapolis for the impact he has had on the central Indiana community.
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