David Dinenberg is the Founder and CEO of KIND Financial. Over the past 18 years, David has worked in several successful ventures across in Finance, Real Estate, and Entertainment.
Prior to KIND, David spent 8 years as the COO and a Partner at Grasso Holdings, a full-service real estate development company, where he ran day-to-day operations for the 45 person organization managing an asset portfolio valued in excess of $400 million.
David was recognized as one of the top 20 people to watch in the Philadelphia area by Philadelphia Magazine. He is the co-founder of the Philadelphia Retail Advisory Board and served on several prominent Boards in the region where he spent the majority of his professional career. He is an expert speaker on all facets of the real estate industry and was named President and Member of the Board of Directors for the Philadelphia Chapter of the Jewish National Fund, making him the youngest President of any Jewish foundation in the country.
David is an active member of the cannabis community acting as a mentor to Greenhouse Ventures, a business accelerator program specific for ancillary startups in the cannabis industry. He has also been a featured speaker at several cannabis conferences including the National Cannabis Industry Association’s Cannabis Business Summit & Expo, the Native American Marijuana & Hemp Conference, and the Marijuana Business Conference & Expo.
David and KIND have been featured in several prominent magazines and newspaper articles such as Inc. Magazine, Forbes, Philadelphia Magazine, The Deal, and LA Business Journal to name a few. He has also appeared on CNBC numerous times as a contributor and trusted resource for developments within the cannabis industry.
David is a seasoned entrepreneur with a track record of successful start-up ventures in the restaurant and entertainment industry including a production company working with a Grammy Award winning singer.
David is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and currently resides with his family in the Los Angeles area.