David Williamson
Visiting Assistant Professor, Miami University Farmer School of Business

Biography

Dissertation: Please Tell Me What to Do: Exploring the Effects of Operating Procedures on Occupational Stress and Performance Outcomes in Temporary Organizations.

David Williamson is the principal of a consulting firm which provides services to independent fine dining restaurants, specializing in start-ups, and the fast turnaround of distressed properties. He began his career in the food service industry at the age of fifteen and has since risen to the highest levels of the culinary industry, serving as chef at numerous AAA Four Diamond, New York Times Four Star and Zagat Rated restaurants throughout the Northeast. David is a visiting assistant professor at Miami University Farmer School of Business. David has also taught business, tourism and hospitality management courses at Greenfield Community College, MA; management, economics and marketing at Southern Vermont College; computer science at the Eaglebrook School in Deerfield, MA; and food production management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

David earned his Doctorate in Business Administration from the Fox School of Business and his Master of Science, with a concentration on Hospitality and Tourism Management, from the Isenberg School of Management at The University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He received his Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Marlboro College.