In the Media
David Morales is a champion of the American Dream. He believes that today’s young people have the power to dream big and become more—if they are willing to do the work.
David In The News
April 20, 2022
David spoke with Art Eddy from The Art of Fatherhood Podcast to share his thoughts on fatherhood, the importance of fathers in the family and the core values he looks to instill into his two sons.
April 7, 2022
David appears on Health Biz Podcast with David Williams to discuss his book, American Familia, and how faith and resilience brought him out of poverty and into the worlds of government service and healthcare business.
March 9, 2022
David speaks with Alberto Vasallo, III of El Mundo Boston in “La Hora del Café” about his new book, American Familia. (interview in Spanish)
March 8, 2022
David talks with Kerry McDonald about his book, American Familia, and their time as students at Bowdoin College in the ’90s, and the unfortunate direction of higher education today.
February 17, 2022
David appears on the Bill Martinez Show to discuss the American Dream and his story of perseverance, grit and faith.
January 28, 2022
America is still the land of opportunity, where conservative principles of faith, family and personal responsibility can empower anyone to thrive in the United States, especially Hispanic immigrants, according to a new autobiographical self-help book by author David Morales.
October 5, 2018
Several years ago, David was highlighted in Color Magazine as Founder and Principal of Morales Business Strategies, LLC (MBS, LLC) and former Chief Strategy Officer at Steward Health Care.
December 29, 2017
David was featured in the Boston Globe discussing the importance of harnessing and engaging the Latino community to ensure America’s future success.
October 16, 2016
David was part of a panel of health care experts invited to speak by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at its health care summit. David was invited to share his perspective about health care innovation and the urgent need to shift health care from a fee-based model to a value-based system that rewards providers to focus on health, not sick care.