David Yudain is a long time parishioner of Christ Church Greenwich. He served on the Steering Committee of the recent Capital Campaign, and presently chairs the Community Relations Committee and sits on the Communications Committee and on the Bookstore Committee, where his late mother volunteered for several decades. His parents are interred in the Christ Church memorial garden. He is also chairman of the Horseneck Foundation, the independent 501c3 that supports the historic buildings of Christ Church Greenwich. David has many ties to the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. He helped found the International Center for Reconciliation and Global Justice at the Washington National Cathedral, and spent a year working for then Canon Justin Welby at Coventry Cathedral’s International Center for Reconciliation in the United Kingdom, where he worked on projects in the Middle East. He is a member of the Compass Rose Society and was made a Commander of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem by HRH Queen Elizabeth II. David lives in a restored 18th c house in historic Long Ridge Village in North Stamford with his wife, Lily, 18 year old twins Jackson, at McGill and Libby, at UCLA, and with assorted dogs and horses. A graduate of Greenwich Country Day, Choate, Georgetown and Antioch College in London, he has served on several volunteer boards and committees in Greenwich.