As founder of the firm, David has directed and contributed to many of the firm’s projects since 1971 and often testified as an expert witness. Much of David’s work has focused on land, water, energy and other natural resource conservation, protection and use under public-private contracting.
David has a Bachelor in Engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from Harvard University, receiving both degrees with Distinction.
Since 2004, Casey has managed economic and financial analyses for the National Park Service, California State Parks, the U.S. Department of Justice, several state and local government agencies, and various private sector clients.
Casey holds a BA in Economics from Harvard University, both an MBA and an MA in International Studies (Environment and Climate) from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Professional Certificate in Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies from Stanford University.
Joe has been a Project Manager with Dornbusch Associates since 2005, performing financial and economic analyses for public sector clients, mainly the National Park Service, the California Department of Transportation and California State Parks. Joe has been the lead analyst for numerous public and private marina studies, and for NPS concessions including Everglades, Glacier Bay, Sequoia and Kings Canyon, Olympic, Death Valley, and Yosemite National Park.
Joe holds a BA in Economics from the University of California, Davis.