Chairman, International Care Ministries

David Sutherland is the chairman of the International Care Ministries (ICM), a charity that works with the poorest of the poor in the Philippines to transform their lives into something better.
Prior to working at ICM, Sutherland first worked for Arthur Andersen; Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, Caplin & Drysdale; and the US Department of Treasury where he was the associate international tax counsel. Sutherland also worked with Morgan Stanley as their official financial officer, eventually serving as their managing director.
In addition to his humanitarian work at ICM, Sutherland served as the board chair of Asian Charity Services, which provides pro bono management counseling to hundreds of other charities. He also led the Friends of Hong Kong Charities, which processed more than $6 million donations from U.S citizens living in Hong Kong to benefit three dozen Hong Kong charities.
Sutherland earned his law degree from the University of Virginia, a master’s degree in Taxation from the American University, and his Bachelor of Science from the University of Louisville.