Education and work background
He graduated from Lowa State University in 1987 with BSc Animal Science. He is also a life member of the Lowa State University Alumni Association. After graduating he joined OSI Industries where he worked his way up the ladder to where he is now. He has also served as the company’s project officer. He is now the president and chief operating officer of OSI Industries. He is also the chairman of North American Meat Institute.
Since David was born and raised in Lowa he is interested in using resources towards improving the quality of life in Lowa. In 2011, he arranged for students to visit OSI Industries China. One of the students that went for the trip is now an employee of the company. The company has also laid a foundation for future students to benefit from an internship program. This is because they are currently supporting a student through an internship in the company to learn more about us: https://interview.net/david-mcdonald-osi-group/ click here.
OSI Industries has its operation in more than 17 countries. It serves many brands across the world. They include Starbucks and Burger King. The company supplies value added protein products to these brands. With the company on its way to becoming the largest poultry producers in China, David says the growth can be attributed to the introduction of DaOSI which is a partnership with DOYOO Group.
David McDonald also says that the company has improved in two of its major departments. They are processing and production departments. They also have launched other plants in Poland and in India while launching the company in new markets like Hungary. David has established a very strong network across the world. This has helped the teams tasked with management of each of the regional offices know the cultures that are associated with each of the markets that they are involved with. This comes from his belief that delivery of more goods to the target market is tied to production and development of products.
Awards and charity
David McDonald is a recipient of the Wallace E. Barron Outstanding Award. His involvement in charity is through funding of scholarships in his hometown of Lowa. He is also involved with St. Michael Parish in Wheaton.