The Constitution Project is pleased to announce the addition of two new board members: General David Irvine and David W. Beier, JD.
General David Irvine is a Salt Lake City attorney in private practice, a retired Army brigadier general and a former Republican state legislator. Irvine enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve in 1962, and received a direct commission in 1967 as a strategic intelligence officer. He maintained a faculty assignment for 18 years with the Sixth U.S. Army Intelligence School, teaching prisoner-of-war interrogation and military law. He was the Deputy Commander for the 96th Regional Readiness Command. He served four terms in the Utah House of Representatives.
David W. Beier, JD, has been Managing Director at Bay City Capital LLC since March, 2013. He previously served as Senior Vice President of Global Government Affairs at Amgen, where he was also responsible for corporate communications and philanthropy. Mr. Beier joined Amgen from the law firm of Hogan & Hartson LLP (currently known as Hogan Lovells LLP), where he was a Partner representing clients in the health care and technology fields, including pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms. From 1979 to 1989, Mr. Beier served as Counsel to the House Judiciary Committee. Previously, Mr. Beier served as Chief Domestic Policy Adviser to Vice President Al Gore, and as Vice President for Government Affairs and Policy at Genentech. Mr. Beier began his career as a legal services lawyer and a staff attorney for the ACLU.