David Sloan currently serves as special advisor to Governor Martin O’Malley. He is a proven advocate who has dedicated his life to bringing people together to mobilize on behalf of the issues that matter to our county: jobs, opportunity, education, healthy communities, and safer streets.
As executive director of the Maryland Democratic Party, Sloan worked to unite democrats and build a party that reflects the diversity of Maryland. He is the creator of the party’s Diversity Leadership Councils, which provides an opportunity for all communities to have a voice. From 2011–2012, David served as the coordinated campaign executive director to reelect President Barack Obama.
Sloan has served state and national public officials, including Governor Martin O’Malley, Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Senator Ben Cardin, County Council member Dorothy Bailey, and Major Riddick.
He is a lifelong resident of Prince George’s County, attended Parkdale High School, and the Berklee College of Music. In his free time, David sings with his band, 33 West, and cheers on the Washington Redskins.