Resource Development Associates

David Klauber, MSW

Senior Program Associate

David brings more than a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector providing both direct and indirect services for under-served youth experiencing displacement, homelessness, trafficking, and mental health challenges. His experience working across sectors and organizations, from small grassroots organizations to large international nonprofits, equips him with a multi-dimensional understanding of the challenges faced by individuals at the intersection of multiple systems. Trained as mental health clinician with a focus on complex power and privilege dynamics, he brings empowerment theory to everything he does. Having built a keen understanding of the multitude of overlaid challenges that face direct service providers and consumers of social services, he has joined RDA to translate his passion for working with under-served young people to a system level approach.

Prior to joining the RDA team he provided mental health services as a counselor in shelters for newly arrived immigrant youth, mobile case management for transition-age foster youth within transitional housings programs, and project management and coordination for emergency protection programs serving refugee children and young people in refugee camps in East Africa.


  • Master of Social Work – University of Michigan
  • Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Latin American Studies – Tulane University

Select Projects

  • California Department of Social Services: Home Visiting Initiative Evaluation
  • Lake County Behavioral Health Services: Mental Health Services Act Innovation Network of Care Evaluation
  • Marin County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services: Growing Roots Mental Health Services Act Innovation Evaluation
  • Marin County Department of Health and Human Services: Mental Health Services Act Suicide Prevention Strategic Planning
  • San Francisco Department of Disability and Aging Services: Dignity Fund Needs Assessment
  • Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Department: Criminal Justice/Mental Health Assessment and Planning
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