Web Design and Development
David K Moorman
Cape Cod MA
My name is David and I am a creative and ambitious health care professional seeking to leverage digital nativeness and passionate drive to bring quality user experiences within or outside of the health care space.
David's worked at Taco Bell for years until 2018 when he graduated from Promise Academy High School in Cleveland, Ohio and enlisted in the United States Navy.
David lands at O'Hare airport 15 minutes earlier than he left Cleveland after an uneasy 45 minutes experiencing his first flight and en route to basic training.
Upon graduating basic training on December 24, 2008, David received orders to his duty station in California. The prior year had been focused on meeting the requirements and passing the extensive testing required to be fortunate enough to attend the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center on the Presidio of Monterey. It was at DLI, David studied intermediate Korean with a focus on intelligence and communications analysis for the National Security Administration. David underwent the FBI's security clearance evaluation and interview which resulted in TOP Secret security clearance effective 2009.
David was honorably discharged from the navy in 2010 and spent several months driving from California to Massachusetts to transition from intelligence analyst and sailor to civilian student.
David worked his way through nursing school by washing pots in the kitchen at Falmouth Hospital and later as a nurse's assistant.
During clinical rotations for nursing assistant certification, David was offered a position with Cape Heritage Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Sandwich, Massachusetts. In 2012, David became a licensed LPN and in less than six months was promoted to Clinical Supervisor for the 101-bed facility from pot washer in less than three years.
As a part-time employee, David maintained additional employment with Norton Group, a health-care staffing agency serving southeastern massachusetts, in order to keep busy [and pay down student loans] and gain new perspectives and to experience new and diverse patients and approaches to caregiving in various settings. As an agency nurse, David jumped in to help out on demand and for fixed-term shift coverage in sub-acute, long-term, rehabilitation, restorative, memory care, hospice and palliative and home care settings, primary care, respite and assisted living, neuropsych, mental health and substance use and diaylsis facilities.
In 2014 David transitioned to providing home-based nursing care exclusively to clients on a private duty basis in order to return to school part-time.
During the summer of 2015, David was a Harm Reduction Nurse for Unit 10, The Men's Health Project and provided free, anonymous and confidential health screenings, testing, referral and follow up. Outreach at area events targeting those with historically large turnouts of those at highest-risk with safer sex kits, sex-positive resources and emphasizing a harm reduction model to provide access to clean syringes, collection and disposal of syringes, social services contacts, harm reduction and evidenced-based resources and literature; including the distribution and training of first responders, users and bystanders how to use the life saving medications prevent drug overdose deaths.
In 2013, David was appointed to the Provincetown Bicycle Committee by the Provincetown Board of Selectman. David continues to serve on the Bicycle Committee alongside a team of highly motivated, effective leaders determined to keep Provincetown a bicycle friendly community.
David is Provincetown's Official City Partner with Google and the US Small Business Administration's 'Get Your Cities on the Map!' initiative, which connects local experts with small businesses looking to get online. David provides free assistance, troubleshoot, referrals and
In 2014 Provincetown Board of Selectman approved David for the Provincetown Bike Committee which advocates on behalf of a bicycle friendly community in Provincetown through education, outreach, advocacy, and collaboration with various organizations, and agencies. David's second term ends 2018
As Provincetown's Team Captain during the annual Cape Cod Run for Recovery since 2015, he has helped the Open Doorway of Cape Cod coordinate incredibly successful awareness and fundraising campaigns in response to the Opioid overdose crisis on Cape Cod.
As a videographer at Provincetown Community Television has provided the opportunity to film significant events, lectures, concerts, and celebrations! In exchange for his time, PTV provides experiential learning experiences and training on videography, production & studio technology, video production, video editing (Final Cut), fundamental journalism in a ultra-creative, supportive environment led by engaged community mentors.
David has also volunteered with
Helping Our Women, AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod (ASGCC), The Men's Health Project, The Ohio City Bike Co-op, The Open Door Of Cape Cod, Soup Kitchen of Provincetown, The Provincetown Theater, The National Kidney Foundation, The Center for Coastal Studies, DLI World Fest,