David Camp is the interim CEO of NOSSCR, where he oversees the organizations evolution. Prior to being named interim CEO, he served as NOSSCR’s Chief Policy Officer, a role in which he oversaw the organization’s government affairs, Social Security Administration, and litigation advocacy.
David has previously served on NOSSCR’s Board and as President from October 2021 through March 2023. In his term as President, David led NOSSCR’s transition to a new home in Washington, with an emphasis on advocacy.
David began his career at a legal services program, before serving as clerk to Missouri’s first disabled Supreme Court Justice. In private practice, David represented claimants for more than 25 years, focusing on service to the homeless. He operated a firm, while handling cases administratively and before federal courts in the 6th, 7th, and 8th Circuits.
He is a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee for West’s Social Security Reporting Service, and author of both “Current Social Security News” and “Social Security Claims and Procedures” for Westlaw. He is chair of the Administrative Law Committee for the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, and Past President of the Missouri Lawyers Trust Account Foundation. He serves as CEO of the newly formed NOSSCR Foundation. He is a past recipient of the Social Security Region 7 Commissioner’s Public Service Award, and NOSSCR’s Sweeney Award for Distinguished Service honoring his work litigating an end to the Secret ALJ Policy.