Dave Warrington is a corporate litigator and constitutional lawyer with expertise in civil rights, political liberty, and First Amendment cases. He represents corporations, individuals, national and state political party committees in both federal and state courts.
Few towns the size of Warrington offer such easy access to rail travel, and things look set for even greater improvement with HS2 services set to begin later this decade.
Early Life and Education
Early years are crucial for developing a child’s learning capacity and behaviors. Research has linked early experiences – both before and after birth – to future academic performance, mental health issues, physical and social wellbeing.
David Warrington ’06, executive director of Region 2 of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, emphasizes the significance of early childhood development. “Those early days are crucial in a child’s growth and development,” he asserts. It is therefore imperative that proper programs are put in place during these formative years.
Dave hopes to pursue his interest in communications while at UNI. He’s already had the chance to announce sports on ESPN+/3 platforms and hopes to continue this as a broadcaster.
David Warrington’s professional career has been in sports broadcasting. He served as play-by-play announcer at University of Northern Iowa and for ESPN3 and ESPN+.
He also serves as Sports Editor for The Northern Iowan, the campus newspaper of the University of Northern Iowa.
He enjoys spending his free time watching movies with his family and traveling around the country.
David Warrington, a native of New Hampshire, relocated to Mount Airy in September. He said the area is closer to his childhood towns and has a more relaxed vibe.
Achievements and Honors
David Warrington ’06 credits York College with giving him the foundation and internships necessary for success in emergency management. Initially, he intended on studying law enforcement but 9/11 changed his plans.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and currently works as the Regional Administrator for Region 2 of FEMA – The Federal Emergency Management Agency. In this position, he coordinates their response to major disasters and other emergencies across New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
He oversees the Agency’s response to national special security events such as Super Bowl XLVIII and the Papal visit to New York City. Furthermore, he coordinated the Port Authority’s response to Hurricanes Sandy and Irene as well as numerous named winter storms.
David Warrington had a deep-felt affection for his family, community and nation. A member of Dexter United Methodist Church, Lion and dedicated volunteer in his local community, David was an inspiration to all.
He had a distinguished career in information systems and computer programming, beginning his journey with The National Supply Company (1957), now part of National Oilwell Varco in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
He then relocated to Cleveland, Ohio and worked in various IT positions. Ultimately he accepted a call to become Vice President of Management Information Systems (VP MIS) for Jerell Inc., which was later acquired by Haggar Clothing Company in the late 1990s.
David Warrington is believed to have a net worth of $5 million. He is an accomplished corporate litigator and constitutional lawyer, representing both businesses and individuals in high-stakes disputes across America.
He has extensive trial experience, having handled cases involving the False Claims Act, shareholder disputes, breach of fiduciary claims, business torts and contract claims, intellectual property/copyright/trade secret disputes, defamation claims and other complex litigation in both state and federal court settings. Additionally, he represents clients in both civil and criminal matters before both state and federal judges.
He has appeared in a variety of television and radio shows, such as Red Dwarf, Lovejoy, Manchild, Diamond Geezer and several Doctor Who audio plays where he played Rassilon – the villainous founder of Time Lord society. Additionally he played President of an alternate universe Great Britain for Doctor Who’s episode “Rise of the Cybermen” (2006).