DAVID HEANEY has focused his career on helping people negotiate dramatic transformation in their lives. The previous Senior Vice President with the Human Services Group at MAXIMUS (NYSE: MMS), David has led large international social assistance expansion initiatives, including forging entries into new markets like Australia, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Israel, South Korea and the United Kingdom. To promote public-private collaboration, David has built partnerships with policy makers, researchers, thought leaders, and public and private institutions. Prior to his work in public human services, David served as a senior pastor in the Episcopal Church where he is an ordained priest. Additionally, his training as a family systems therapist has helped shape holistic approaches to integrated social assistance solutions. Heaney holds an M.Div from the Divinity School at Yale University, a MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego, and a BA from SUNY, College at Purchase. David lives with his wife, Lynda and their three dogs in Durham, North Carolina.
MARK LOVELL has 24 years of experience as a change agent, pioneering innovative, publicly-funded social assistance and social care programs for the most challenging to serve. He’s experienced both in leadership, at the helm of public service providers, and at the front line, personally leading the development of programs internationally and new services in adjacent markets. This hands-on experience gives him a rare combination of strategic and practical perspectives. He has served in both executive and non-executive roles in private, public and for profit
During his tenure at A4e, where he served for over 20 years latterly as the Executive Chair, Mark activated 200+ service delivery sites with annual operating budgets exceeding $300 million. He held roles on the boards of economic development and health commissioning agencies with budgets over $500m and $1bn respectively. Today, Mark focuses on strategy, growth and diversification for TSAP clients with special expertise in consumer led services, building pay-for-success approaches and social investment funding models. Mark lives in the UK with his family