Thursday, May 23, 2019
Ward 5’s David Greenwell was first elected to the City Council in 2011, twice winning reelection. He is a certified public accountant with more than 40 years of experience and a partner with RSM US, LLP. He recently took the time to sit down with VeloCity staff to talk a bit about his background, his experience on the Council, commuting via bike and bus, and his thoughts on OKC in general.
VeloCityOKC: To start off, just tell us a little about yourself.
Councilman Greenwell: I was born here in Oklahoma City and lived here all my life. Over the years in my career as a CPA, I worked in other locations at times, more so in Houston and Dallas, and to some degree some other cities throughout the United States, but this has always been my home. I grew up in south Oklahoma City, attended Capitol Hill High School, and then upon graduation, I attended Oklahoma City Community College where I was a part of that first class that began to attend there. It opened in September of 1972, and I graduated from high school in May of ‘72.
Then I was fortunate enough to get a scholarship to OCU after obtaining my associate degree, and completed my bachelor's degree at OCU in accounting and went to work in public accounting. Then I went to OU and obtained my MBA at night. In my role of a CPA, I have worked with many privately owned businesses and individuals, and so I've gained even greater appreciation and perspective on the business side of operating here in Oklahoma City.
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