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Douglas R. Fuhrman
Chief Executive Officer/President
Douglas Fuhrman has served as CEO and President of The Douglas Rogers Group and its predecessors since their inception, providing crisis and turnaround management assistance to companies that are facing some kind of difficulty. Whether they are underperforming or facing a serious crisis that is threatening their existence, Mr. Fuhrman has the experience to provide effective, on-site management to resolve the issue at hand.
Mr. Fuhrman holds an MBA in Finance and a BS in Management Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He has over twenty-five (25) years' experience providing business operating and financial expertise for small and medium size organizations. He has expertise in virtually all areas of senior level management with specialization in raising capital, restructuring debt, re-organizing operations, developing strategic plans for growth and resolving severe crisis that threatens a company's ability to go forward.
Mr. Fuhrman's prior experience includes holding senior level management positions in manufacturing, construction, service, non-profit, and higher education. In the 1980's, he started, operated and eventually sold an environmental contracting business building it to over 100 employees. He restructured $20 million in debt and internal operations for a college … refinanced $400,000 of equipment financing for a manufacturer … re-engineered operations and marketing processes for a major unit of a Fortune 500 defense contractor, quadrupling sales in four years … and instituted financial controls for a graphic design firm reversing losses and negative cash flow.
Mr. Fuhrman has served on various Boards and committees and is a member of various civic and professional associations. He held the position of Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees at The King's College, Chairman of the Elder Board in his church and has held numerous other positions in various organizations. He is a member of the Turnaround Management Association, Rotary, Monmouth-Ocean Development Council and Chamber of Commerce.