David Lee Fuhrmann Jr., AA, BA, MA.

4610 4 Mile Rd. NW Walker; MI 49544

Direct: 269.350.3281. Email:


Western Michigan University, College of Education and Human Development.

Masters of Arts: Organizational Learning and Performance. December 2017

Western Michigan University, College of Arts and Sciences.

Bachelor of Arts: Public Relations 2012

Western Michigan University, College of Arts and Sciences.

Associates Degree: International Global Studies.


Fuhrmann Industries. Grand Rapids, MI.

Organizational Learning and Performance Consultant January 2013–Current

Systems analysis and Program implementation

Use of Mager, Brinkerhoff, H.I.L., and A.D.D.I.E. for program design and training module creation.

Flowserve Corporation Portage, MI.

Technical Training Supervisor January 2016

Oversee all online learning materials and content from conceptualization to implementation.

Work with segment leaders and clients to conduct a needs assessment and design of online programs and resources.

Troubleshoot technical problems and address user-reported issues.

Collaborate with subject matter experts and managers to develop content.

Develop, write, and edit online materials, learning objectives, lesson plans, lesson content, and assessment tools.

Design and/or manage the graphic design of all online courses and related materials.

Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, MI.

Head of I.T. History Department Aug. 2012-Dec. 2012

Oversee all updates of tools and resources for all computer iOS and Windows.

Design, schedule and execute all major projects for the academic year.

Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, MI.

Professors Assistant Jul. 2013- April 2015

Developed rationale and methodology for several studies, strategies for team recruitment/management, data

collection/analysis, and dissemination techniques.

Created hospitality and career coach training courses, using Mager and A.D.D.I.E. instructional design methods.

Conducted task analysis in order to identify knowledge, skills, abilities, work activities, work context, and work styles,

necessary for the development of job descriptions and selection procedures.

Western Michigan University College of Arts and Sciences.

Senior Intern

Researched previous internship opportunities and implemented new opportunities.

Researched and designed new internship opportunities tailored to students needs and assessments.

Provided community engagement relations, logistics and communication for interdepartmental interaction.

Western Michigan University – Dept. of Psychology & College of Aviation Kalamazoo & Battle Creek, MI.

Research Assistant January 2009 – 2012

Conducted root cause analyses for flight operations and maintenance departments, determined key factors that

increased probability of an incidence or near-miss offered recommendations for improvement and worked with key

stakeholders to incorporate causal factor graphs into safety meetings.

Assisted with several studies that examined the temporal placement of feedback, compared types of job aids, and

reviewed Behavior-Based Safety methods.

Professional Certifications:

SPSS Software, Human Subject Institutional Review Board (H.S.I.R.B.)