David Gosselin was initiated in 2001 and studied accounting at The University of Arizona. Mr. Gosselin was the Grand Treasurer and the Grand Master of Kappa Sigma during his undergrad, and believes that Kappa Sigma shaped his future and helped him in his personal development.
David is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and partner at DDBMcKennon is a full-service CPA firm that specializes in equity crowdfunding and public company audits. Mr. Gosselin is also a partner for BizCFO, Inc., an accounting consulting firm, and an instructor for the CapCPA Education Foundation. He is devoted to being an involved board member and sits on the board for Breast Cancer Angles and is an Associate Director at Wescom Credit Union. He has participated in various speaking engagements related to Jobs Act and Equity Crowdfunding and was a recipient of the 2017 40 under 40 award from CPA Practice Advisor.
“When I look back at my time at Gamma-Rho, I believe the biggest benefit I received was what it did for my personal development. There was no one lesson, no one moment, or one year during college that changed my view or perspective, but a multitude of various challenges that created discomfort, and in that discomfort came personal growth. As a natural introvert, and generally coddled teenager, the world becomes limiting due to the inability to generate and create your own destiny.”
“I truly believe things like Rush Week helped me be a better speaker and networker. Handling a Chapter Room of 100+ brothers who don’t agree on many things, provided an opportunity for negotiation and navigating contentious situations, which taught me to be a better leader and business owner. Initiating pledges allowed me to see the power and emotion of inclusion and togetherness. But to say I learned any of these things on my own would be misleading. In all these situations, there were brothers who I looked up to that networked so naturally, who led effortlessly, commanded fiercely, spoke passionately, argued tirelessly, or advocated relentlessly. Learning from books can give me a piece of paper upon graduation, but learning from those brothers who were better than I at so many aspects of life, provided the example and path I needed to succeed.”