An accomplished design professional with many years of experience in the field, David Kuehler most recently worked as the design director of integrated innovation capability with Procter & Gamble (P&G) in Cincinnati. In this capacity, he streamlined the company’s activities by combining several capabilities into a broad portfolio of innovation programs. During his time with the P&G, David Kuehler also developed the corporate initiative Outside-In, Innovation, which taught external business partners about the innovative techniques employed by P&G.
Earlier in his career with P&G, David Kuehler spent the better part of eight years as the founder and design director of the Clay Street Project, an innovation program established to develop cultures of innovation within the organization. In particular, his teams launched in-market programs with brands such as Herbal Essences, Ariel Excel Gel, Pampers, and Project DNA.
David Kuehler earned a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from the University of North Carolina and completed the Program for Leadership Development at Harvard Business School.