Ms. David possesses over 25 years experience as a social work practitioner in a myriad of practice settings in California with principal experience throughout continuum in the delivery of health care. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work at San Francisco State University, Master’s degree in Social Welfare at University of California at Berkeley and has been licensed as a clinical social worker since 1999. From 2004 – 2010 Evonne served as solid organ transplant social worker at Stanford University Medical Center in adult liver and cardiac/VAD programs. In 2010 she formed David Consulting Group, Inc, providing psychosocial medicine consulting services and private psychotherapy, specializing in transplant patients.
Evonne is a guest lecturer, researcher and consultant in the School of Medicine at Stanford University. Since 2010, she has served as a per diem pediatric transplant social worker in all solid organ programs and is the Living Donor Transplant Social Worker with the Kidney Transplant Program at Stanford Children’s Health/Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. While on the adult liver team, Evonne initiated and spearhead the effort to standardize the process of the psychosocial evaluation of pre-transplant candidates across all solid organ programs utilizing evidence – based research and methods for clinically objective evaluations. Her leadership in program development and process improvement efforts were effective in facilitating and sustaining key partnerships at multiple levels that led to the creation, development and implementation of the Stanford Integrated Psychosocial Assessment for Transplant (SIPAT) in all the solid organ and VAD programs at Stanford Hospital and Clinics.