David Weaver

GET STARTED
1
Request Info
2
Visit
3
Apply
GET STARTED
1
Request Info
2
Visit
3
Apply

David is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Intercap Energy Systems, LLC., a technology company that provides energy-conserving artificial intelligence software as a service.

David's community involvement includes serving as a chairman of the University of California's Institute of the Americas and as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.  He previously served on the BOard of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), served as the Assistant Manager of the City of Miami in charge of developing the Rouse COmpany's Bayside Center and led the community's successful effort with the Federal Government to keep Homestead Air Force Base open after Hurricane Andrew.

At the University of Miami, David has been a trustee for 28 years. Now a senior trustee, he has served as vice chairman of the Board of Trustees, chaired the University's Finance Committee for six years and co-chaired the highly successful Campaign for the University of Miami, which was launched in 1984 and helped raise $517.5 million. In addition to the Weavers' recent generous commitment to the Phillip and Patricia School of Music, David has supported the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, the University's Launch Pad, and the President's Initiatives Fund.

David is currently Momentum2 Campaign Chair for the Frost School of Music. He hails from a musical family and worked throughout his college years as a church organist...and still plays the organ, as time permits. David's wife, Dorothy Collins Weaver is chairman, CEO, and co-founder of Collins Capital Investments, LLC., a hedge fund. David and Dorothy, along with daughter Christina, son Andres and extended families, have hosted several large soirees with Dean Shelly Berg and other musical luminaries on behalf of the Frost School of Music.

David received his undergraduate and MBA degrees from Harvard University.