David Johnson Cane Bay has been a partner there since 2009. Cane Bay is a consulting and management company located on the island of St. Croix. Aside from his day to day responsibilities, Mr. Johnson dabbles in marketing, information technology, and risk management. Below is a closer look at his experiences and the road that got him to where he is today.


As an undergraduate, David Johnson went to the University of West Georgia where he earned a bachelor’s degree in management. Later, he went on to get his MBA in computer information systems from J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. Over the years, he has held many prestigious positions, including: Vice President of Client Services at TranDotCom Solutions, Vice President at the Mansell Group, Director of HR and Facilities at Neovast, and many others.

His Current Position

Cane Bay Partners is a consulting company located in St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands. The focus of the company is to provide financial services to various clients that need assistance in risk management, debt collections, analytics, financial services, and other items larger companies may need. Mr. Johnson is very involved in the success of the company because he assists his employees in their various cases, as he runs the company with his business partner.

Life on St. Croix

Mr. Johnson is very involved in his community and gives back to the people of St. Croix. He enjoys working with children and teaches young adults everything he knows about the world of business. Not only that, but he enjoys bowling and is one a bowling league that meets quite regularly. Mr. Johnson knows what it means to work hard and to get to where you want to be, both professionally and personally.

Business is a great field for one to get into and to become a success. Education and hard work go hand in hand when one wants to become a success in their area of specialty. Aside from that, it is important to never give up on your dream. With drive and perseverance, one can accomplish anything they set their sights on.