About Us

Senior Leadership

Dr. David Smith 

David M. Smith, M.D., M.B.A.

Chief Executive Officer, CBC/CTS


Dr. David M. Smith is the Chief Executive Officer of Community Blood Center/Community Tissue Services (CBC/CTS). As CEO, Dr. Smith oversees all policy, strategic, fiscal, medical and operational aspects of CBC/CTS. Prior to this position Dr. Smith was the Medical Director at CBC/CTS.

Prior to joining CBC/CTS in 2003, Dr. Smith was a staff Pathologist and Director of Autopsy Services at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana. Dr. Smith began his career as a Forensic Pathologist with the Montgomery County Coroner's Office in Dayton, Ohio.

Dr. Smith earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, followed by a Medical Doctor's degree from the Wright State University School of Medicine in 1983. Dr. Smith served his residency at Kettering Medical Center in Dayton, followed by a fellowship in Forensic Pathology at the Institute of Forensic Medicine, Toxicology and Criminalistics in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is Board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, as well as Forensic Pathology. Dr. Smith earned an MBA degree in June 2012 at Raj Soin College of Business Wright State University.

Dr. Smith is an Associate Clinical Professor of Pathology with the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. He is also the President of the American Association of Tissue Banks, and a member of the American Association of Blood Banks, America's Blood Centers, the Ohio State Medical Association, and the NAACP.

Diane Wilson
 

Diane L. Wilson, BSN, MSN/MHA

Chief Operating Officer, CBC/CTS

 
Mrs. Wilson received her Associate Degree in Nursing from Everett Community College in Everett, Washington and later earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in "Science in Nursing and Health" from the University of Phoenix.

Mrs. Wilson's 20+ years in tissue banking started in 1988, when she became the first Director of the Dayton Regional Tissue Bank, which later became the first Community Tissue Services. Mrs. Wilson has served on most AATB committees and has chaired the Standards Committee. In 2005, she was the first woman to be honored with the prestigious Kenneth Sell Award, which is given to individuals who have made a significant contribution to the field of tissue banking. In 2009, Mrs. Wilson was elected president of AATB. She is currently the Chairman of the Board for the Joint Restoration Foundation (JRF), which is the nation's leader in fresh cartilage distribution. She has co-authored tissue bank standards for the Association of Orthopedic Nurses (AORN) and the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB).