David Egger is a 2011 graduate of the Kelley Evening MBA program where he majored in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He serves on the Kelley Indianapolis MBA Alumni Council. David also holds a degree in Computer Science from DePauw University. David is a Lead Marketing Manager with AT&T, promoting employee and student discounts for the Government, Education and Healthcare verticals, approximately $7 billion per year in revenue. He specializes in innovative pilot programs and sales team development and has won Key Contributor awards every year he's been a part of the AT&T marketing organization. David began his professional career as an Account Executive with Apple's Higher Education sales team where he had great successes, including being the top-ranked seller in 2006. David transitioned to a sales role at AT&T while pursuing his Kelley MBA at the suggestion of a mentor and Kelley professor, Mark Long. David's Kelley MBA propelled him into his current high-profile position on the AT&T national marketing team. David serves as Chapter Advisor and House Corporation Treasurer to Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at DePauw University and recently negotiated a deal to preserve and upgrade the chapter house as well as create a $250,000 scholarship fund for future members of the chapter. David uses what little time remains to be a real estate investor and landlord, managing properties in growing and improving neighborhoods on Indianapolis' east side. David recently married Diana (Cox) Egger at the Musee Rodin, in Paris, France. Diana works for The Julian Center, a leading non-profit to assist the victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. The Eggers are cat people, but not in the Cathar fashion and can often be found playing video games together or at one of Diana's rugby matches.