David  Glaser

David Glaser

LPL Financial Advisor

David grew up in Chesterfield MO and graduated Valedictorian from Lafayette High School in 1975.  He continued his education at Southeast MO State University graduating Summa Cum Laude with majors in Accounting and Management and then obtained an MBA from the University of MO.  He married Karen in 1985 and is blessed with two awesome children---Emily and Jonathan.
David began providing financial advisory services for clients in 2009 with a focus on educators.  David has his Series 7 and Series 66 and 63 securities licenses, is a Investment Adviser Representative (IAR) with LPL Financial, and Certified Public Accountant, with a Personal Financial Specialist  (PFS) designation.  He also has served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation (VICC) since November, 2009.  From 1996-2009 he was the Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of the Rockwood School District, Missouri’s third largest school district.  He was the Associate Superintendent-Finance at Francis Howell School District during the prior five years. Before that time he worked in private industry as a Vice-President at Citicorp and Manager at Price Waterhouse. While serving as the Chief Financial Officer at Rockwood, he oversaw a total budget of over $275 million, an operating budget of over $200 million and payroll for approximately 4,500 employees. 
David is the first non-legislator to receive the Lewis and Clark Award* from the St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association. He chaired the Legislative Affairs Committee of the Association of School Business Officials International, is a past president of the Missouri Association of School Business Officials (MoASBO), and is the past president of the St. Louis Area School Business Officials.  He has authored articles in School Business Affairs, the MoASBO Journal, two chapters of the MoASBO Manual and was selected as the MoASBO Business Official of the Year in 2008.  He was also the first mayor of the City of Wildwood and has served on the local YMCA Board of Directors from 2001-2010, serving as the Board chairperson 2004-2006. 
*Received because of his efforts with the school funding formula and his service to the Coalition to Fund Excellent Schools.