David M. White
Success isn’t about getting what you want — success is helping clients get what they want.
Voya Investment Management (formerly ING) 1997 – 2015
One Orange Way, Windsor, CT 06095
Voya Investment Management, the asset management arm of Voya Financial (NYSE: VOYA) manages approximately $213 billion in assets across fixed income, equities, and private equity (as of 1Q2019).
Designed and produced a broad range of client-facing marketing materials for print and web.
Kept the editorial and production cycles on schedule for weekly, monthly, and quarterly publications.
Slashed the time required to update the company web site with quarterly data over 50%.
Wrote the “Letter from the CEO” for a quarterly flagship client publication, and provided additional writing support as needed.
Devised a content management procedure for fact sheet production at no cost to the company by using Microsoft Office more effectively. This publishing scheme became the model for Voya’s publishing since 2000, enabling it to output over 350% more fact sheets in less time — error-free — while saving hundreds of man-hours per year.
Supported internal business partners (client service, human resources, performance reporting, publishing, and the offices of the CEO and CFO) to implement client communications strategies, including slide presentations, white papers, fact sheets, trade advertisements, and conference materials.
Maintained the accuracy of client communications,
Effectively communicated complex ideas visually, e.g., process descriptions, graphs, and flow charts.
HealthWays Family Medical Centers 1993 – 1997
95 Glastonbury Boulevard, Glastonbury, CT 06033
A subsidiary of Aetna Life & Casualty, HealthWays managed over a dozen physician practices across the eastern seaboard and the midwest.
Designed and produced collaterals for finance and information technology, while maintaining brand standards.
Co-managed the HealthWays Family Medical Centers web site.
Supported market-based initiatives for newspaper and journal ads, and direct marketing.
Developed employee recognition awards and messaging at the direction of the CEO.
The Thompson Group 1985–1993
752 Bloomfield Avenue, Windsor, CT 06095
The Thompson Group produced business communications for the insurance and aerospace industries.
Managed creative projects from sales through delivery.
MS with distinction in Human Factors in Information Design (MSHFID), Bentley University McCallum Graduate School of Business.
Excellence in desktop publishing (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel; InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop).
Superior expertise in creating/improving charts and graphs.
Proofreading and copy editing.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
“Excellence in Advertising Design” Pensions & Investments trade magazine (2005).
Winner, George Orwell's “Visions of 1984" art contest, the Hartford Advocate (1983).