David Crenshaw
Executive Director
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David began his numismatic journey at the age of 10, when he discovered his first blue Whitman folder. He has been an active member of the community ever since, as a dealer, first selling error coins through high school and college, as a collector participating in local and national coin clubs, and as an advocate for hobbyists and dealers throughout the country. His experience has given him a broad perspective for leading the National Coin & Bullion Association.

David joined NCBA in 2013 as the chief operating officer, where he was tasked with using his skills as a computer programmer and analyst to bring NCBA’s technology up to date so that they could more efficiently direct the fight for a safe and favorable legislative environment. In addition to overseeing the launch of NCBA’s Facebook page and website redesigns, he has been an active force in advocating in many states for new tax exemptions and educating others about the hobby.

Before coming to NCBA, David spent nine years working for Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo, serving as general manager of the largest and best privately run coin expos in the country, with shows in Baltimore, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Nashville. It was during his time at Whitman that he began collaborating with [ICTA/NCBA] as he led the successful effort to keep Maryland’s sales-tax exemption.

David is a recipient of the ANA Glenn Smedley Memorial Award in 2014, the ANA Presidential Award in 2016, and the FUN Numismatic Ambassador Award in 2019.