David Wagner has spent over three decades running and owning businesses. In addition to his business ventures, he has devoted much of his life to humanitarian causes; spending great amounts of time in Asia, Africa, and Eastern Europe. David is heavily involved in cross-cultural interactions and traveled extensively as an executive for the international companies he has owned. His early business successes provided him with the opportunity to work in developing countries. David and his family, helped pioneer the United States Peace Corps Family program in Ghana, West Africa in 1971. After a successful career in business, Mr. Wagner is currently consulting and volunteering as an international Small to Medium Enterprises [SME] expert and advisor on Agri-Business issues. He has provided his expertise to introducing entrepreneurship and agric-business strategic planning into developing economies such as the Ukraine, Russia, Thailand, Cambodia, India, Namibia, Ghana, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Angola. David’s a consultant to Winrock International, ACDI/VOCA, Citizen Network for Foreign Affairs, [CNFA] National Cooperative Business Association/Cooperative Leadership USA [NCBA/CLUSA] and Citizen Development Solutions [CDS]. David has been working with U.S. Embassies around the world on Farmer to Farmer projects.