Position title: Professor
BA in History, MA in Labor Studies, and PhD in American History. David worked for 24 years as an organizer, business agent, director of organizing, and representative for unions in both the private and public sectors. He has taught collective bargaining, contract administration, grievance arbitration, internal and external outreach for unions, labor history, and leadership and communications classes, among others, since joining the faculty of the School for Workers. Since 2011, he has focused on organized labor’s effort to rebuild, strengthen, and re-create itself. David has also been involved in a number of labor history projects, such as producing the videos “The Birth of the School for Workers,” and “100 Years of Excellence,” commemorating the history of apprenticeship training under the auspices of the State of Wisconsin.
What Participants Are Saying
“David always does a great job answering and understanding questions from the floor.”
“I enjoyed David’s experience and willingness to share it.”
“David gives a great presentation and is very informative.”
Nack, D., and A. Ibarra. A Legacy of Excellence: 100 Years of Wisconsin Apprenticeship, 1911-2011. Film Documentary, 2011.