David McDonald is the president and chief operating officer of ISO Group. He was born and raised in Iowa. David holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science from Iowa State University, where he graduated in 1987. After his graduation, he began working with OSI Industries in Chicago.
Mr. McDonald served as the project manager of OSI industries. He also holds the position of the chairman of North America Meat Institute. David is a member of OSI Group’s board directors.
About OSI Group
OSI Group was founded in 1909 by Otto Kolchwosky and it was and still situated in Chicago, USA. The company has a humble beginning because at the time of its establishment, it started out as a small meat company, which was at the time called Otto and Sons. OSI Group have managed to have a record of impressive history for the last 100 years of existence.
OSI’s success under David McDonald
In 2008, when Beijing held the Olympic Games, OSI China effectively provided 113 tons of five sorts of items including meat, chicken, pork, and eggs. The organization got zero grievances, which was exceedingly valued by McDonald’s and the Beijing Olympic Committee. From that point forward, OSI China has been the provider for some leading brands including McDonald’s, Starbucks, Sai Papa John’s, Yum, and Burger King among others.
McDonald discloses that offering more to its clients is not constrained to generation limit. He notes that it incorporates item advancement too. OSI Group collaborates with its customers on the items they need to work on then they work together with the providers to accomplish the desired result. McDonald says the procedure to give the customers precisely what they need has turned out to be considerably more essential.
McDonald is dynamic in the Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative, which he says is inspired by using assets to affect Iowa State. David organized a visit to OSI offices in China in 2011 for a gathering of students, one of whom is presently working with the organization. Also, OSI has set up opportunities for interns, setting the phase for some future entry level position openings.
McDonald supports his fraternity Alpha Gamma Rho by providing scholarship funding. When a fundraising campaign was to be launched in Iowa State AGR house, McDonald was on the leading front to support the initiative. Besides, he played a crucial role in the naming of the Marvin Walter-AGR Fraternity Arena.
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