Creating relationships that contribute to successful outcomes. 

President Mikhail Gorbachev
President Mikhail Gorbachev

Winner of the Nobel prize and Mrs. Mikhail Gorbachev pictured in San Francisco with David N. Young. David traveled and worked with the Gorbachevs during their tour of America.

President Clinton
President Clinton

President Bill Clinton and David N. Young at the White House.

President G.H.W. Bush
President G.H.W. Bush

President George Herbert Walker Bush autographed a copy for DNY of his bio published in Russian which David assisted in distributing in advance of his first ever visit to the former Soviet Union so the people there would know him a bit better.

President Jimmy Carter
President Jimmy Carter

President Jimmy Carter with David N. Young in the West Wing of the White House.

President Vincente Fox
President Vincente Fox

Former Mexican President Vincente Fox and David at Centro Fox, the first Mexican Chief Executive to build a presidential library following service to the nation.

President Mutalilbov
President Mutalilbov

In the early days of the relationship between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the United States, DNY played a pivotal role because of his relationship with President Ayez Mutalibov, arranging a White House Mission to visit the former president.

Secretary James A. Baker III
Secretary James A. Baker III

Secretary of State James A. Baker's breakthrough mission to Moscow was assisted by David N. Young, whose company contracted with the State Department for consulting and logistical assistance.

Secretary John Kerry
Secretary John Kerry

Secretary of State John F. Kerry with David N. Young in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Allied Commander
Supreme Allied Commander

Gen. John Galvin, the Supreme Allied Commander of NATO in Brussels, Belgium.