David Langer

David Langer
President, Board Member

David Langer is a media communications specialist with more than forty years’ experience in all facets of marketing communications.

Since the mid-1990s, as a partner in and Creative Director of The Visioneering Group, David has developed and implemented national marketing campaigns for a variety of clients in the music, publishing, event, and manufacturing fields. As President of The Langers & Company, which he founded with his wife, Adonnah, in 1985, he served healthcare, medical, manufacturing and media clients in all phases of marketing communications, advertising and public relations.

David served as Director of Advertising/Merchandising Programs for the Paramount (Pictures) Music Division. In 1996 – 1998 he co-hosted “Connecting Point,” a radio interview/talk program in Los Angeles, connecting him with the leading authors, experts and thinkers in both the traditional and emerging new transformational paradigms.

In 1979 – 1980, as a co-founder of the Institute for Synergy in Action (ISA), David was instrumental in designing and implementing a year-long process for 300 volunteers, which resulted in The Los Angeles World Hunger Event. This day-long event for 250 high-profile political and media guests was central in instigating the focus on ending hunger in the 1980s. Live Aid, the first worldwide, televised fundraiser, was a direct consequence of this seminal event.

As a trainer/coach, he co-developed the ISA facilitator training program, and developed and co-led the Shadow and Soul Workshop for Men (with psychotherapist partners) and, with Adonnah, the Conscious Relationships workshops. He also served on the faculty of The Rocamora School for Consciousness Studies in Los Angeles.

Working closely with John Raatz, David has been instrumental in the development of GATE and TEN (Transformational Entertainment Networks) over the past few years. He holds a Bachelors degree from the University of Wisconsin in mass media.

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“For me, it’s all about family, and recognizing ourselves and each other as such. Ultimately, this is our work.”