Editorial Board

Meet Our Editorial Board

Prof. Joseph Aluya - Editor-In-Chief

As a researcher, Dr. Aluya has collaborated, organized, and have participated in various seminars with respect to the alternative energy industries such as biofuels, and “wind” as it pertains to nanotechnologies. Currently, he is an information technology consultant on big data as the next disruptive intrusive technology. The global leadership component of implementing alternative energies from proposal to fruition led to his creating the rubrics and seminar for the “management and leadership seminar” at the University Of Riverside, California. Dr. Aluya was an Adjunct Faculty Member of the University of Riverside and American Heritage University California since 2007, now on call. His shared cognitive and experiences in advance business classes with learners led to him severally chairing in dissertations, mentored doctoral learners within this span of time. In 2008, Dr. Aluya established the Journal of Disruptive Journal (jofdt.com) after publishing various articles in many peer-reviewed journals such as Biofuels Journal with Taylor and Francis (Biofuelsem@editorialmanager.com) and has closely worked in reviewing many academic papers with the chief editor, Dr. Marc A. Rosen, PhD. Most significantly,  Jofdt. com (Journal) serves as a conduit for global doctoral learners, colleagues and professionals globally

As a publisher, Dr. Aluya established the Aluya Institute of Strategic Management-Global Mind shift (Aluyainsitute.com). At this institute, the following books were published: (a) Leadership, Real Estate and Disruptive Technology: Situational Technological Happenstances; noted, this book was approved and distributed to most African universities in 2008, and 2nd Edition of this magnum opus work went live in July 2015; (b) Complexity of Leadership, Organizations and the Real Estate Industry: Disrupting Existing Systems; (c) Housing Phenomena in Abuja- Nigeria-A Case Study; (d) Housing in Sub-Saharan African Cities; (d) Disruptive Technology Meets the Biofuels Industry-Global Leadership Implications; (f) Nanotechnology, Solar, Wind, and Hybrid Alternative Energy-Global Leadership Perspectives; (g) The influences of Big Data as a disruptive technology,  all books published in the United States. Dr. Aluya is currently collaborating on a book and research on whether or not big data could be the component of disruptive technology. Have authored and written various articles posted at (https://pheonix.academia. edu/DrJosephAluya?notifi cation code=m8HcX8Yi) with over 1million documents viewers and followers. Dr. Aluya has over 12 years of experience as a peer-reviewer in many Journals such as Net Journal of Social Sciences, AIMS Energy Journal, Journal of Disruptive Technology, Taylor and Francis Economic Journal in London and others. Dr. Aluya is the Editor-In-Chief of Journal of Disruptive Technology.

Dr. Cheryl. A. Lentz, PhD. - Reviewer, Mentor, and Dissert

Internationally Best Selling author Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz is a speaker, professional editor, publisher, university professor, and a prolific award winning writer known for her work on The Golden Palace Theory of Management, effective study skills, refractive thinking, and The WRIST Method. She is an 24-time internationally published and award winning author (16 awards and counting!) who helps doctoral scholars publish their writings within the trademarked anthology series: The Refractive Thinker®. www.RefractiveThinker.com

Dissertation: Strategic Decision Making in Organizational Performance: A Quantitative Study of Employee Inclusiveness Lentz Dissertation 2007 [Published: ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database, UMI 3277192 and Lambert Publishing Company, Germany]

Books

Author page: Amazon.com/author/DrCherylLentz

The Golden Palace Theory of Management (Panache Publishing)

Journey Outside The Golden Palace (Rev ed.).

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume I: An Anthology of Higher Learning; Chapter 10: How to Fail Faster to Succeed Sooner

Audio Version: Fail Faster, Succeed Sooner: The Refractive Thinker Volume 1 Audible – Unabridged

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume II: Research Methodology; Chapter 3: The Modified Ask-the-Experts Delphi Method: The Conundrum of Human Resource Experts on Management Participation

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume II: (2nd ed.). Research Methodology: Chapter 12: The Future of Innovative Thought

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume III: Change Management; Chapter 10: Strategic Change Management: The Importance of Inclusiveness

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume IV: Ethics, Leadership, and Globalization; Chapter 9: Globalization of Body Language

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume V: Strategy in Innovation; Epilogue: The Refractive Thinker®: The Concept: Where Do We Go From Here?

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume VI: Post-Secondary Education: Co Author with Dr. Gillian Silver: Chapter 6: The Consumer Learner: Shifts in the Teacher/Student Relationship: Student as Customer.

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume VII: Social Responsibility: Dr.Cheryl Lentz and Dr. Tom Woodruff: Chapter 1: Social Responsibility of Doctoral Scholars

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume II: (3rd ed.). Effective Research Methods & Designs for Doctoral Scholars: Co Author with Dr. Ron Jones: Chapter 3: Researching Close to Home: Using Refractive Thinking to Examine Professional Colleagues

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume VIII: Effective Business Practices for Motivation and Communication: Co author with Dr. Neil Mathur: Ch. 7: Effective Motivation and Communication Strategies for Faculty in Higher Education: Blurring the Lines Between Business and Academia:

Effective Study Skills in 5 Simple Steps

The Consumer Learner: (2012) Emerging Expectations of a Customer Service Mentality in Post-Secondary Education Co Author with Dr. Gillian Silver

Technology That Tutors: 7 Ways to Save Time Using the Blog as a Teaching Tool.

The Expert Success Solution, International Best Seller, Morgan James Publisher;

Chapter 5: What Would Einstein Do? The WRIST Method–Kindle:

Welcome Home! Siberian Husky Rescue Handbook:
11 Tips to Welcome a Siberian Rescue into Your Family –
Kindle
*Proceeds from this book benefits Siberian Husky Rescue of NM, Inc.
Lentz, C. (2015, January). So You Think You Can Edit?: 9 Tips for the Novice and Experienced Writer. Albuquerque, NM: Pensiero Press.

Gray, T., & Lentz, C. (2015, March). The Refractive Thinker®: Effective Business Practices in Leadership and Emerging Technologies Vol IX: eChap 3:  Shared Governance: Sharing the Leadership Role in Nursing

Lentz, C. (2015, August). In J. Green, Graduate savvy: Navigating the world of online education (3rd ed.). Keeping it real: Personal thoughts from online graduates (pp. 219-221). Warrenton, VA: Glocal Press.

Lentz, C. (2016, March). Unbounded Dimensions: Mastery of Critical & Refractive Thinking Skills as a Business Solution. Albuquerque, NM: Pensiero Press.

Lentz C. (2016, November). The dissertation toolbox: 7 effective strategies to shorten your time to graduate. Albuquerque, NM: Pensiero Press.

 Journal Articles

Schuttler, R., & Lentz, C. (2013, April 19). Grieving, learning, and growing: A mentoring model for organizational and personal growth.  Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture, 4(1), 100-108.  Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jpoc.21086/abstract?globalMessage+0

Jones, R. C., & Lentz, C. A. (2103) Do leadership behaviors matter? Examining the effects of leadership styles on financial performance. The Journal of Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness, 1(2), 33-50. Retrieved from http://www.thebluewaterinstitutejournals.com/Home_Page.html

Lentz, C., & Ducharme, J. (2014). Creating successful online courses with emerging technologies: Learn how to use blogs, videos, and social media in your classroom. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication. Retrieved from http://ijicost.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.271/prod.30

Special Features:

Please visit the following website Dr. Cheryl Lentz E

@gmail.com, drcduru@aol.com

Dr. Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan, PhD - Reviewer

Dr. Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan, often known as Sriram Rajagopalan, holds a Bachelor’s degree (BE) in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the University of Madras in India, a Master of Science (MS) degree in Computer Engineering from Wayne State University in Michigan, a graduate business (MBA) degree in Management from Concordia University in Wisconsin, and a doctoral degree (PhD) in Organization and Management from Capella University in Minnesota.

Dr. Rajagopalan also has numerous diplomas and certificates in computer application, information technology, computer hardware and troubleshooting, programming and databases. In addition, Dr. Rajagopalan also holds professional certifications in project management (PMP, IT Project+) and Sarbanes-Oxley IT Controls (CSOX). Dr. Rajagopalan has more than 14 years of professional experience providing technical and project support to delivering software applications in desktop, distributed, and web-based environments. Having expertise in financial, banking, healthcare, transportation, small business, and professional services industries, Dr. Rajagopalan has managed notifications projects on both .Net and J2EE architectures in West Corporation, evaluated IT controls for SOX audit for Blue Cross Blue Shield, gathered business requirements and managed the design of the small business firm’s web-based projects for a consulting client, managed project and process for a specific financial reconciliation product at Legg Mason Asset Management division, served in many roles from a system analyst to a project manager for an organically developed billing product at eFunds, and worked as software engineer for GE Medical Systems.

Dr. Rajagopalan also has a passion for practicing scholar-practitioner model engaging in lifelong learning and teaching the concepts learned in technical and management courses at many levels in the USA and India. With on-ground teaching experience in the University of Phoenix, Western International University, Axia College, Strayer University, Cardinal Stritch University, International Academy of Design & Technology, and Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Dr. M.G.R. College of Engineering, and Moogambigai Polytechnic Institute within the University of Madras, and online teaching experience within the University of Phoenix system and the International Academy of Design & Technology, Dr. Rajagopalan has taught programming, visual communication, database, web design, animation, project management, and networking classes. Dr. Rajagopalan emphasizes that the digital revolution has made the world a smaller place for businesses with high competition and newer business structures like the virtual teams. Consequently, he stresses that leadership skills are mandatory for today’s project managers and focuses on creating awareness for leadership skills among project managers in the information sector and the need for emotional intelligence as an important competency in today’s project teams. Dr. Rajagopalan delivered his dissertation on the same topic and has also participated in symposiums promoting frameworks towards project leadership.

Dr. Jorge Mastrapa, PhD. - Reviewer

Dr. Jorge Mastrapa

Dr. Mastrapa is one of the co-founders and America’s Managing Director of ICQ Consulting, one of the leading companies in the field of organizational culture and global leadership. He is an expert researcher, author, and international speaker in the areas of culture, diversity and inclusion; and was chosen as one of the 2016 Top 30 Global Experts in Organizational Culture. He is also the developer of CALOMM™, the “Culturally Aware Leadership, Organization, and Management Model”, a comprehensive framework that helps companies develop and implement a true modern organizational culture, in the challenging global and mobile business environment.

For over 25 years Dr. Mastrapa has helped multinational Fortune 500 and Startup companies launch strategic new services, expand direct and outsourced operations in new countries, and implemented turnaround programs on a national and international level. With his focus on the development of culturally aware organizations and leadership practices, he has consistently helped those organizations increase employee productivity, customer satisfaction and profitability. Some of the companies and industry segments he has worked with include NCR, Tech Data, Cisco Systems, UPS, IBM, ATT, Flextronics and many others in the high technology, telecommunications, manufacturing, logistics and supply chain industries.

Personally as a first generation, Cuban-American immigrant he developed very early an interest in the study and application of the most modern leadership and management strategies to address the integration of immigrants into the business environment of their host country. These experiences combined with his believe in the value of education and continuous learning, motivated him to continue his studies and graduate as a Doctor Degree in Business Administration, with a focus on culture and diversity. He is also a Hofstede’s institute certified cross-cultural, and organizational culture lecturer and management consultant.

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Regards,

Dr. Jorge Mastrapa

mastrapa@gmail.com

305-809-6336

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Dr.(Mrs). Henrietta Mbamalu Okoro, D.B.A, CSTE - Reviewer

Dr. Henrietta Mbamalu Okoro is the Director of the World Association for Academic Doctors(WAAD). She is an expert in organizational leadership, specializing in Information Systems and Technology at the University of Phoenix. Her research interests are in the area of organizational culture, performance, mergers, leadership, information technology, and global business management. She has over 19 years of extensive knowledge and experience in information technology, accounting, banking/finance, and telecommunication industries. Ms. Okoro graduated with a HND in Banking and Finance from the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria in 1989 and completed a dual Masters Degree in Accounting and Management from Southeastern University Washington DC, USA in 1997 and 1998 respectively. She has been a certified software test engineer since 1999 and a member of Quality Assurance Institute (QAI) and American Society of Quality (ASQ) since 2000. In graduate school, she was awarded the Wall Street Journal Award in 1998 for academic excellence. Ms. Okoro has gained

In graduate school, she was awarded the Wall Street Journal Award in 1998 for academic excellence. Ms. Okoro has gained depth of knowledge and experience in the field of information technology and grown to be a leader with remarkable professionalism and breadth. She works as a lead/sr. software test engineer with Telecommunication Systems Inc. in Annapolis, Maryland. She leads numerous wireless applications projects to successful deployment and maintains quality process improvement. Additionally, she is an Executive Director of Cytta Group LLC in Maryland that specializes in management consulting, financial investment services, computer training/workshops, and global business ventures. All of these demonstrate her extraordinary ability, wealth of experience, and exemplary managerial competencies towards inspiring others to educational development and business excellence. On personality traits, Ms. Okoro is very independent, energetic and motivational speaker, self-reliant, and confidently assertive. She is able to navigate her way in a challenging and diverse global world with a high sense of personal responsibility and social ethics. She has co-founded several African Charitable organizations in the Washington Metropolitan region and serves as board members. She recognizes her roles in the community-centered organizations as one of servant-leadership and knowledge for public service over and beyond self-interest. In addition, Ms. Okoro serves as a Reviewer of a Scholarly Journal of Disruptive Technology, a quarterly Journal of Management and Leadership. She has traveled extensively around the world for different global seminars in information technology, management, and leadership.

Contact Information:

Dr (Mrs). Henrietta Mbamalu Okoro, D.B.A., CSTE

Executive Director

Cytta Group LLC

7211 Oakley Rd. Glenn Dale, MD 20769

Email: ettaokoro@yahoo.com

Office: 202-361-5560

Fax: 301-918-0577

Dr. Chika Ebenezer Duru, BSBA., MBA., Ph.D. - Reviewer

Dr. Chika Ebenezer Duru holds BSBA and MBA degrees in Business Administration with emphasis in Marketing and Management from the Southern California Campus of the University of Phoenix. He earned a PhD degree in Organizations Management with special emphasis in Leadership from Capella University in Minnesota, USA. He has attended numerous continuing educations and holds so many certifications such as: Organizational Management and Leadership, Risks Underwriting and Management, Legal Environments of Insurance, Business Laws and Contracts, Orthopedics Fitter Certifications, Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Operations Management. Prof. Duru who has become a recognized Author and Writer has published few articles on Organizational Effectiveness and also a dissertation work on Consumer Behavior focusing on “Customer Retention” highly in demand at the Illinois State University with copies at the Illinois State University Library. Prof. Duru continues working on few of his unpublished research works scheduled to for publishing very soon.

Prof. Duru who has over 25 years of extensive knowledge and experience in insurance industry as well as extensive knowledge and experience in Durable Medical Equipment operations management and leadership is a”Business and Financial Consultant” and also a “Risk/Customer Retention Specialist”. He conducts seminars on how to ensure customer satisfaction in every given organization. As a people skilled individual, he enjoys sharing with individuals and corporations how to develop skills in order to survive in the business world. He has severally appeared as “Guest Speaker” at Power of Success Radio Broadcasting Ministry (KTYM 1460 AM Station), where he shared with listeners (audience) how to start and operate businesses successfully, and encouraging entrepreneurship and regularly takes calls from program listeners and addresses their issues of concerns.

Dr. Duru has extensively worked with research firms and has conducted research studies on insurance products development and new automobile products development. Few of the research organizations that he worked with are: Meczka Marketing Research Corporation, Aineo Capital Research Center, Kilroy Research and Consulting Corporation. Dr. Duru has provided corporate training to all key employees including unit managers and supervisors, product development, sales, marketing, and agency management to many insurance firms. Corporate Training evidently becomes a passion to him.

As a philanthropist, Dr. Duru is the Founder and the Executive Director of the Children’s Orphanage and Youth Foundation, Inc., a California based Non-Profit organization established in 1996 with the IRS Tax Exempt Status, works with the underserved / underprivileged people in Africa and around the world.

For many years Dr. Duru has participated by volunteering in the political electoral processes in City of Long Beach and County of Los Angeles California USA. For over 5years, Dr. Duru voluntarily donated his office space of business for election poling stations. He has severally served as the Precinct Officer same as Election Returning Officer in various polling station locale. Busy as Dr. Duru could be, he not only involved in civic improvement, he has also acquired interesting experience within the political arena.

Dr. Duru has been serving as Adjunct Professor of Business at the International American University (IAU) in Los Angeles, California since the year 2007. He is appointed as the International Educational Representativein the entire continent of Africa for International American University. His duty includes but not limited to: Communicating, Dialoguing and most importantly, Investigating of all documentations and credentials of all international collaborative venturing in any given African nation. He conducts student/learners recruiting drives in most African countries for International American University.

Prior to his appointment with IAU, Dr. Duru continues to serve as University Advisory Board Member and as a Professor of College of Business and Technology at University of Riverside since the year 2006. He also served as Adjunct Professor at California InterContinental University where participated in Reviewing and Editing of the California InterContinental University Curriculum Syllabus of course programs to maintain the Distance Educational Training Council (DETC) accreditation agency standards.

Dr. Duru has continued to serve in Graduate Committees and has also continued to serve as Chairman and Mentor of Graduate Research Committees (GRC) for various masters and doctoral graduating student learners’ Capstone Research Projects, Dissertation Editing and Reviews in various Universities such: California InterContinental University, Capella University, and Argosy University.

Dr. Duru currently serves as a Core Professor of College of Business Administration at the Trident University

International (TUI). With its location in California USA, TUI University is well known regional accredited university mainly for military individual students who are deployed all around the world and yet, pursuing to achieve their academic dreams.

Dr. Duru is also an Adjunct Professor at Ken Blanchard College of Business Administration at Grand Canyon University (GCU). He has been lecturing leadership courses for many years in this university. Located in Arizona, GCU is regional accredited reputable and prestigious Christian Value faith based and over six decades old university.

He is an Advisory Board Member to The Visitor Magazine. His responsibilities include; Maintaining active dialogue with the CEO and management, and other organization’s staff. Providing my perspectives and qualitative advice on the publishing rules, policies and directions to ensure company’s high level of customer retention.

An accomplisher, he is, Dr. Duru continues to serve as a Reviewer of a Scholarly Journal of Disruptive Technology, a quarterly Journal of Management and Leadership. He has traveled extensively around the world teaching global seminars in management and leadership.

Dr. Duru, who has featured as International Observer representing Nigerian Policy Institute (NPI) USA and Life and Time Magazine USA during the political democratic national elections in Nigeria, was appointed as the Bureau Chief of the Life and Time Magazine Abuja Nigerian branch. Dr. Duru continuously serves as contributing editor and has published many articles on leadership and political trends across nations.

Dr. Chika Duru has continued to dedicate his service as an appointed Editorial Board Member at the Association of Nigerian Women Academic Doctors in Maryland USA.

Dr. Duru is currently appointed by Nigeria National Universities Commission as Linkages with Experts in Academics in Diaspora Scheme (LEADS) Scholar and serving as a LEADS Scholar at Nasarawa State University Keffi where he lectures. In addition, Dr. Duru currently lectures at National Open University of Nigeria in Abuja Nigeria.

Evidently, Dr. Duru remains sincerely a wealthy knowledgeable and experienced asset to any organization as well as to any institutions of higher learning’s management or leadership positions.

Dr. Duru belongs to various Professional Memberships namely:

  • The Association To Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
  • International Leadership Association (ILA)
  • Friends of Harvard Business School Executive Education (FHBSEE)
  • Consultants Network of America (CNA)
  • Adjunct Online Faculty Association (AOFA)
  • eMarketing Network Association (E-MNA)
  • American Grant Writers Association (AGWA)

Contact Information:

Dr. Chika Ebenezer Duru, PhD.

Senior Manager

Ebbs Strategic Management & Leadership Training School, LLC.

  1. O. Box 92768, Long Beach, California 90809, USA

USA Office: 714-927-7984; Nigeria: 0803-897-1084, 0818-843-0551   e-Fax:  562-265-1234

E-mail: ebbsleadershiptraining@gmail.com, drcd

Cheryl Lentz Expanding The Box

Professor Bryan J. Watkins. Ed.D, Reviewer, Mentor and Doctoral Consultant

About Professor Bryan J. Watkins

 VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER

BIO

Dr. Bryan J. Watkins is Vice President and Chief Academic Officer at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.

Bryan has a great breadth and depth of experience in multiple higher education institutions that includes accreditation, faculty relations, and curriculum design and development, as well as virtual, hybrid, and face-to-face program delivery, admissions, marketing, and sales. Bryan is a mission-driven leader with high competencies in business acumen, fiscal stewardship, entrepreneurial mindset, and a collaborative, team-based leadership style.

Bryan previously was Associate Professor and Dean of the School of Adult Learning at North Park University. While there, he led a team of 45 full- and part-time faculty and staff to design, deliver, and implement undergraduate and graduate programs in Chicago and Grayslake.

Prior to North Park University, Bryan was the Acting Assistant Provost for Continuing Studies & Special Initiatives at Dominican University overseeing all academic and administrative operations related to the School of Continuing Studies. He developed external partnerships dedicated to special initiatives and partnered with Deans from the other schools at the university to align online education activities. He also served as a university representative at the Illinois Board of Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission.

Business Leader Faculty® Since 2015

 More information about this Professor here at http://www.lakeforestmba.edu/academics/facultydir/Bryan-Watkins.aspxre at 

 

 

 

Dr. Luis Ramos, DMIST, Reviewe

About Dr. Luis Ramos, DMIST. Reviewer

With over 30 years of leadership and technical experience, Dr. Ramos brings a new depth to the role of Board Chairman at Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union (NSFCU) He was elected Chairman of the Board on March 12, 2014 (https://www.nutmegstatefcu.org/about-us/meet-board/). Previously, Dr. Ramos served as Vice Chairman of the Board from 2010 to 2014; Board Secretary from 2008 to 2010; Supervisory Committee Chair from 2005 to 2008; and Member of the Supervisory Committee from 1998 to 2005.  Additionally, his career expands from 1984 when he joined Southern New England Telephone (SNET), SBC/SNET in 1998, and AT&T since the 2005 SBC/AT&T merger.  Dr. Ramos is a Principal Systems Engineer in the AT&T Technology Development Organization located in New Jersey.  In this capacity, he uses critical thinking skills to solve complex issues and develops solutions to complex business and technical problems of complex scope using advanced engineering and scientific principles and is an inventor with several filed patents at the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO).  Dr. Ramos is also a Certified Faculty Member at the University of Phoenix School of Business since 2008 teaching Organizational Leadership and The External Factors that Impact Business, among other graduate business courses.  He holds a BA in Management, an MBA in Organizational Leadership and is a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership with a specialization in Information Systems and Technology (DMIST).  He also serves as a member of the University of Phoenix School of Business MBA Faculty Council responsible for providing strategic leadership and general support of school initiatives in areas of curriculum design, program assessment, scholarship and research activities, and Faculty governance since 2016. Dr. Ramos also serves as the CFO for the HACEMOS Scholarship Organization since 2005.​

xpanding The Box

Meet Our Editorial Board

Prof. Joseph Aluya - Editor-In-Chief

As a researcher, Dr. Aluya has collaborated, organized, and have participated in various seminars with respect to the alternative energy industries such as biofuels, and “wind” as it pertains to nanotechnologies. Currently, he is an information technology consultant on big data as the next disruptive intrusive technology. The global leadership component of implementing alternative energies from proposal to fruition led to his creating the rubrics and seminar for the “management and leadership seminar” at the University Of Riverside, California. Dr. Aluya was an Adjunct Faculty Member of the University of Riverside and American Heritage University California since 2007, now on call. His shared cognitive and experiences in advance business classes with learners led to him severally chairing in dissertations, mentored doctoral learners within this span of time. In 2008, Dr. Aluya established the Journal of Disruptive Journal (jofdt.com) after publishing various articles in many peer-reviewed journals such as Biofuels Journal with Taylor and Francis (Biofuelsem@editorialmanager.com) and has closely worked in reviewing many academic papers with the chief editor, Dr. Marc A. Rosen, PhD. Most significantly,  Jofdt. com (Journal) serves as a conduit for global doctoral learners, colleagues and professionals globally

As a publisher, Dr. Aluya established the Aluya Institute of Strategic Management-Global Mind shift (Aluyainsitute.com). At this institute, the following books were published: (a) Leadership, Real Estate and Disruptive Technology: Situational Technological Happenstances; noted, this book was approved and distributed to most African universities in 2008, and 2nd Edition of this magnum opus work went live in July 2015; (b) Complexity of Leadership, Organizations and the Real Estate Industry: Disrupting Existing Systems; (c) Housing Phenomena in Abuja- Nigeria-A Case Study; (d) Housing in Sub-Saharan African Cities; (d) Disruptive Technology Meets the Biofuels Industry-Global Leadership Implications; (f) Nanotechnology, Solar, Wind, and Hybrid Alternative Energy-Global Leadership Perspectives; (g) The influences of Big Data as a disruptive technology,  all books published in the United States. Dr. Aluya is currently collaborating on a book and research on whether or not big data could be the component of disruptive technology. Have authored and written various articles posted at (https://pheonix.academia. edu/DrJosephAluya?notifi cation code=m8HcX8Yi) with over 1million documents viewers and followers. Dr. Aluya has over 12 years of experience as a peer-reviewer in many Journals such as Net Journal of Social Sciences, AIMS Energy Journal, Journal of Disruptive Technology, Taylor and Francis Economic Journal in London and others. Dr. Aluya is the Editor-In-Chief of Journal of Disruptive Technology.

Dr. Cheryl. A. Lentz, PhD. - Reviewer, Mentor, and Dissert

Internationally Best Selling author Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz is a speaker, professional editor, publisher, university professor, and a prolific award winning writer known for her work on The Golden Palace Theory of Management, effective study skills, refractive thinking, and The WRIST Method. She is an 24-time internationally published and award winning author (16 awards and counting!) who helps doctoral scholars publish their writings within the trademarked anthology series: The Refractive Thinker®. www.RefractiveThinker.com

Dissertation: Strategic Decision Making in Organizational Performance: A Quantitative Study of Employee Inclusiveness Lentz Dissertation 2007 [Published: ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database, UMI 3277192 and Lambert Publishing Company, Germany]

Books

Author page: Amazon.com/author/DrCherylLentz

The Golden Palace Theory of Management (Panache Publishing)

Journey Outside The Golden Palace (Rev ed.).

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume I: An Anthology of Higher Learning; Chapter 10: How to Fail Faster to Succeed Sooner

Audio Version: Fail Faster, Succeed Sooner: The Refractive Thinker Volume 1 Audible – Unabridged

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume II: Research Methodology; Chapter 3: The Modified Ask-the-Experts Delphi Method: The Conundrum of Human Resource Experts on Management Participation

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume II: (2nd ed.). Research Methodology: Chapter 12: The Future of Innovative Thought

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume III: Change Management; Chapter 10: Strategic Change Management: The Importance of Inclusiveness

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume IV: Ethics, Leadership, and Globalization; Chapter 9: Globalization of Body Language

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume V: Strategy in Innovation; Epilogue: The Refractive Thinker®: The Concept: Where Do We Go From Here?

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume VI: Post-Secondary Education: Co Author with Dr. Gillian Silver: Chapter 6: The Consumer Learner: Shifts in the Teacher/Student Relationship: Student as Customer.

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume VII: Social Responsibility: Dr.Cheryl Lentz and Dr. Tom Woodruff: Chapter 1: Social Responsibility of Doctoral Scholars

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume II: (3rd ed.). Effective Research Methods & Designs for Doctoral Scholars: Co Author with Dr. Ron Jones: Chapter 3: Researching Close to Home: Using Refractive Thinking to Examine Professional Colleagues

The Refractive Thinker®: Volume VIII: Effective Business Practices for Motivation and Communication: Co author with Dr. Neil Mathur: Ch. 7: Effective Motivation and Communication Strategies for Faculty in Higher Education: Blurring the Lines Between Business and Academia:

Effective Study Skills in 5 Simple Steps

The Consumer Learner: (2012) Emerging Expectations of a Customer Service Mentality in Post-Secondary Education Co Author with Dr. Gillian Silver

Technology That Tutors: 7 Ways to Save Time Using the Blog as a Teaching Tool.

The Expert Success Solution, International Best Seller, Morgan James Publisher;

Chapter 5: What Would Einstein Do? The WRIST Method–Kindle:

Welcome Home! Siberian Husky Rescue Handbook:
11 Tips to Welcome a Siberian Rescue into Your Family –
Kindle
*Proceeds from this book benefits Siberian Husky Rescue of NM, Inc.
Lentz, C. (2015, January). So You Think You Can Edit?: 9 Tips for the Novice and Experienced Writer. Albuquerque, NM: Pensiero Press.

Gray, T., & Lentz, C. (2015, March). The Refractive Thinker®: Effective Business Practices in Leadership and Emerging Technologies Vol IX: eChap 3:  Shared Governance: Sharing the Leadership Role in Nursing

Lentz, C. (2015, August). In J. Green, Graduate savvy: Navigating the world of online education (3rd ed.). Keeping it real: Personal thoughts from online graduates (pp. 219-221). Warrenton, VA: Glocal Press.

Lentz, C. (2016, March). Unbounded Dimensions: Mastery of Critical & Refractive Thinking Skills as a Business Solution. Albuquerque, NM: Pensiero Press.

Lentz C. (2016, November). The dissertation toolbox: 7 effective strategies to shorten your time to graduate. Albuquerque, NM: Pensiero Press.

 Journal Articles

Schuttler, R., & Lentz, C. (2013, April 19). Grieving, learning, and growing: A mentoring model for organizational and personal growth.  Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture, 4(1), 100-108.  Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jpoc.21086/abstract?globalMessage+0

Jones, R. C., & Lentz, C. A. (2103) Do leadership behaviors matter? Examining the effects of leadership styles on financial performance. The Journal of Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness, 1(2), 33-50. Retrieved from http://www.thebluewaterinstitutejournals.com/Home_Page.html

Lentz, C., & Ducharme, J. (2014). Creating successful online courses with emerging technologies: Learn how to use blogs, videos, and social media in your classroom. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication. Retrieved from http://ijicost.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.271/prod.30

Special Features:

Please visit the following website Dr. Cheryl Lentz E

@gmail.com, drcduru@aol.com

CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) OF PROFESSOR JACK/ JACOB ALEONOTE AIGBODIOH  (2019)

  1. NAME: (Surname underlined): Prof. AIGBODIOH, Jacob (Jack) Aleonote.
  2. MARITAL STATUS: Married
  3. STATE OF ORIGIN: Edo State.
  4. NATIONALITY:
  5. NUMBER, NAMES AND AGES OF CHILDREN (SIX (6) CHILDREN):
    1. Jacqueline Osiro Aigbodioh, (F) 34 years.
    2. Janice Lamocy Aigbodioh,          (F)     16 years.
  • Jason Omokhele Aigbodioh, (F)           14 years.
  1. Jack Agbomekhe Aigbodioh, (M) 12 years.
  2. Jessica Amiosinor Aigbodioh, (F) 8 years.
  3. Joshua Oshiorenua Aigbodioh, (M) 6 years.
  1. DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH / LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA:

19 February, 1956 at Ayua, Uzairue, Etsako West L.G..A., Edo State, Nigeria.

  1. AGE: 63 years.
  2. CURRENT POSTAL ADDRESS: P.M.B 14, Department of Philosophy, Faculty                     of Arts, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo                        State, Nigeria.
  3. PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS: No 30, Ikhuele Street, off Benin/Auchi Highway, Ekpoma, Esan West L.G.A, Edo State, Nigeria.
  4. MOBILE PHONE NUMBERS: +234(0) 8037556071, +234(0)8077854588.

 

 

  1. CURRENT POSITIONS:

          (i) Professor of Philosophy (Immediate Past Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic),                             Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State.

(ii) Adjunct Director, African Based  Undergraduate and Doctoral Programmes in               Innovative and Disruptive Technologies, Aluya Institute of Strategic                                Management  Gobal Mindset, U.S.A. 200 N. Bradford Street Suite 1, Placentia,              CA. 92870, California, U.S.A.

(iii) African Liaison Desk Officer, Aluya Institute of Strategic Management                                    Global Mindset, @ Jubrital Consulting Nig. Ltd, Plot  587/588, 34 Crescent,                Off  3rd Avenue, Gwarimpa, F.C.T., Abuja.

  1. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES:
  • 1961-1964: St Paulinus’ Primary School, Ayua, Uzairue, Etsako West L.G.A,    Edo  
  • 1965-1966: Philip’s Primary School, Jattu, Uzairue, Etsako West L.G.A, Edo

                   State.

  • 1967-1971: Paul’s Catholic (Minor) Seminary, Benin City, Edo State.
  • 1972-1976: Peter and Paul’s Catholic (Major) Seminary, Bodija, Ibadan,    Oyo State.
  • 1977-1980: Department of Philosophy, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
  • 1981-1982: Department of Philosophy, University of Ibadan, Ibadan
  • 1990-1995: Department of Philosophy, University of Ibadan, Ibadan
  1. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATES:
  2. SECONDARY CERTIFICATES ATTAINED WITH DATES:
  • January, 1972: University of London, General Certificate of Examination( G.C.E) in Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English Literature, Mathematics and Religious Knowledge.
  • January, 1974: University of London G.C.E. in English Language.

 

  1.     UNIVERSITY DIPLOMAS AND DEGREES
  • June 28, 1976: Diploma in Religious Studies (with Distinctions in Old Testament, New Testament, and Biblical Theology), University                                 of Ibadan, in affiliation with Ss. Peter and Paul’s Catholic                                          Seminary, Ibadan.
  • July 18, 1980: A. (Combined Hons,) Second Class Upper Division (21) in   Philosophy/Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
  • September 30, 1982: A (Philosophy), University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
  • September 14, 1995: D (Philosophy), University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

 

  1. OTHER CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS.
  • July 31, 1981: Certificate of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
  • December 2015: Diploma in Computer Information Technology, Trust Computer College, Afua, Ekpoma, Edo State.
  • 27TH– 28TH APRIL 2010:Certificate of Attendance, 3rd Osigwe Anyiam- Osigwe

National Workshop on Development Philosophy Conference

Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

  • MAY 6TH 2014: Certificate of Appreciation: Participation in the 21st Century  Management of Tertiary   Education Institutions Professional

Development Seminar, sponsored by the University of Florida

College of Education, School of Human Development and

Organizational Studies in Education, and the Institute of Higher

Education in 12th -16th May, 2014.issued May 16 , 2014, in                                       College of Education, University of Florida, U.S.A.

  • 28TH -31ST JULY, 2014: Certificate of Attendance, 4-Day Seminar in

                         “Understanding the Labour Law and Legal  Framework of                                Industrial Relations”, organized by Centre for Law and                                             Capacity Development (CLCD), 28th -31st July, 2014,                                      University of Ibadan Conference Centre, Ibadan.

  • 15TH DECEMBER 2015: Certificate of Participation in a Workshop, The     Nigerian Universities Electronic Teaching And Learning                           Platform organized by Spectrum Engineering Limited,                           sponsored by Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) on 15t   December, 2015.

 

  1. DISSERTATION AND THESIS
  • A. Dissertation

“Frege’s Criticism of Psychological Semantics: A Critical Overview” (1982).

  • D. Thesis

“Scepticism and Humanism: An Interpretation of Hume’s Epistemology”         (1995).

  1. WORKING EXPERIENCE WITH DATES:

1976- Sept. 1977:         Teacher at Kelly College (Immaculate Conception College,                 ICC), Benin City.

26th July, 1982:  Appointment as Assistant Lecturer, Department of Philosophy,

                            Bendel State University, Ekpoma.

22nd Feb.1985:    Upgrading to Lecturer II, Department of Religious Studies and

                            Philosophy, Bendel State University, Ekpoma.

1st Oct.1987:       Promotion to Lecturer 1, Department of University, Bendel               State

                            University, Ekpoma.

1st Oct. 1996:      Promotion to Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Edo

                            State University, Ekpoma.

1st Oct. 2001:      Promotion to Reader, Department of Philosophy, Ambrose Alli

                            University, Ekpoma.

1st Oct. 2011:      Promotion to Professor, Department of Philosophy, Ambrose            Alli University, Ekpoma.

  1. COURSES TAUGHT AT THE UNDERGRADUATE AND POST-                                GRADUATE LEVELS.

Undergraduate level

  • GST 102 Philosophy and Logic
  • PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHI 102 Ancient Philosophy
  • PHI 113 Introduction to Ethics.
  • PHI 114 Intro to Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHI 201 Introduction to Logic.
  • PHI 203 Introduction to Epistemology.
  • PHI 202 Medieval Philosophy.
  • PHI 211 Introduction to Metaphysics.
  • PHI 213 Professional Ethics.
  • PHI 214 Philosophy of Development.
  • PHI 301 Symbolic Logic.
  • PHI 302 Early Modern Philosophy.
  • PHI 303 Theories of Knowledge.
  • PHI 304 Social and Political Philosophy.
  • PHI 306 Contemporary Issues in Ethics.
  • PHI 307 Philosophy of History.
  • PHI 311 Philosophy of Social Science.
  • PHI 312 Philosophy of Religion.
  • PHI 314 Existentialism and Phenomenology.
  • PHI 316 Philosophy of Language.
  • PHI 313 Oriental Philosophy.
  • PHI 315 Marxist Philosophy.
  • PHI 402 Late Modern Philosophy.
  • PHI 403 Classics in Ethics.
  • PHI 404 Philosophy of Science.
  • PHI 405 Philosophy of Law.
  • PHI 411 Philosophy of Mind.
  • PHI 412 Contemporary Analytic Philosophy.
  • PHI 413 Seminar 1.
  • PHI 414 Seminar 2.
  • PHI 499 Long Essay Project.

 

  1. Post-Graduate Level
  • PHI 701: Epistemological
  • PHI 702: Philosophy of History
  • PHI 704: The Rationalist and the Role of Cognitive.
  • PHI 705: Sense Experience and its Role in the Cognitive Process.
  • PHI 706: The Idealist and Maxist Approaches to Knowledge.
  • PHI 707: The Greek Origin of Metaphysics.
  • PHI 711: Problems Associated with the Rationality of African Philosophy.
  • PHI 713: Philosophy of Science.
  • PHI 714: Contemporary Views of the Process of Knowledge.
  • PHI 716: Philosophy of Language.
  • PHI 717: Contemporary Metaphysics Trends.
  • PHI 750:
  • PHI 799: Research Thesis.
  1. POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISIONS.
  2. A.A Supervisions.
  3. i. Agidigbi, Blessing O., May 1999, “Paul Feyerabend on Scientific Method and Rationality”.
  4. Jimoh, Anselm, .K. March 1999, “A Critique of Rorty’s Epistemological Behaviorism”.

 

  1. B.D. Theses Supervisions.
  2. Ehigie, John Osarenmwide, February 2010, Matric. N0: AAU/GS/FA/99/Ph.D/00/12.

“Causation and Causal Agents in Benin Metaphysics”.

  1. Idjakpor, Godwin .O. November 2009, “Kwasi Wiredu’s Consensus Option of Governance and The African Heritage: A Philosophical Appraisal of the Urhobo Traditional Social –Political System”.
  • Oladipupo, Sunday Layi, November 2015, Matric. N0: AAU/SPS/FA/10/Ph.D/03379
  1. “The Pragmatic Mode of Justice in the Yoruba Nation”.
  2. PUBLICATIONS IN STANDARD FORM.
  3. A. Articles in learned journals, chapters in books, and Books.
  4. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Stigmatization in African Communalistic Societies and Habermas’ Theory of Rationality”, Cultura. International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology 8:1, 2011: 27 – 28.
  5. AIGBODIOH, J.A., Pragmatics and Differences in the Social Othering of African Colonial Experience. In Elvis Imafidon (Ed.) Handbook of the African Philosophy of Difference (Dordrecht and New York: Springer 2019).
  • AIGBODIOH, J.A., African Experience, Development and the Metaphysical Radicalism of the African Humanities. Synthesis Philosophica: Journal of the  Croatian Philosophical Society, Special Issue on African Philosophy and Fractured Epistemologies, I.E. Ukpokolo and E. Imafidon (Ed.), 65.1 (2019).
  1. AIGBODIOH, J. A., A Response to Helen Lauer’s Critique of the Tradition versus    Modernity Dichotomy “, Journal of Tribes and Tribal. Vol. 9, No, 2, 2011, pp. 79-85.
  2. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “The Ideological Content of Globalization from the Standpoint of Post –Colonial Nationsin Dr. Diane Stinton (ed.) The Arts, Man and Globalization Trends, Issues and Problems (Accra, Ghana: Deocraft Communications, 2006) pp.397 – 405.
  3. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “O. G. Idjakpor. And J.O Ehijie, Metaphysical Causal Agents in African Traditional Societies: A Philosophical Analysis of Benin Thought System, Approaches to International Research Development, Vol. 4, No. 1 (April 2011), pp. 10-11).
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., Philosophy and Cultural imperatives: The Case of Modern Western Philosophy Examined, BENSU Studies in Religion and Philosophy. Vol. II, 1983/84. Pp. 96-123.
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Racial Separation and Power: A Theoretical Guide for Social Change”, Political Apartheid in South Africa. Proceedings from an International Conference held in Benin City, 13-16 March, 1990. pp. 140-160.
  1. AIGBODIOH, J. A., Imperatives of Human Knowledge Illustrated with Epistemological Conceptions in African Thought”, Ibadan Journal of Humanistic Studies. No. 7, October 1997.pp. 17-34.
  2. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Logical Positivism and the Reductionist Problem of Scientific Theories”, IRORO A Journal of Arts, Edo State University, Ekpoma. Vol. 7, No 1, August 1999. Pp. 123-135.
  3. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Etsako Traditional Burial Ceremonies in the Throes of Modernization”. EPHA, Vol.3, No. 1, June 2003.pp.1-19.
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., “The Myth of total Skepticism: A humanist Conceptual Retrospect”. In IRORO: A Journal of Arts. 9, 2003.pp.28-37.
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., “The Mindset Factor in Economic Development”. Dipo Irele & Adebola B. Ekanola (Eds), The Development Philosophy of Emmanuel Onyechere Osigwe Anyiam-Osigwe: Economic Existence, Awareness and Responsibility, Vol. 3, 2010, pp.20-34.
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., Life is a Play: Another African Existential Image”, Nnamdi Azikiwe Journal of Philosophy (NAJP). 2, No. 2, 2010, pp.63-71.
  1. AIGBODIOH, J. A., & Idjakpor, O.G. “The Philosophy of Ujamaa” and the African Predicament”, Nnamdi Azikiwe Journal of Philosophy (NAJP), 2, No. 1, 2009, pp.112-126.
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., & Idjakpor, O.G. “Communitarian Consensus: A New Social Philosophy of Good Governance for Africa”, Nnamdi Azikiwe Journal of Philosophy (NAJP), vol. 2, No. 2, 2010, pp. 1-16.
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., & Elvis Imafidon “Situations Defying Available Solutions And Thinking as Releasement,” Enwisdomization Journal,5, No. 2, 2012.
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., Philosophy: The problem of its definition”. Chapter 10 in B.C Onochie, et. al. (eds), Readings in General Studies, Vol. 1 (Benin City Nig. Imprints Services, 2000), pp.114-130.
  • AIGBODIOH, J. A., The Branches, Problems and Values of Philosophy”. Chapter 11, in B.C. Onochie, et. Al. Ibid., pp.44-58.
  1. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “David Hume: The Man and His Philosophical Significance Godfrey O. Ozumba (ed), The Great Philosophers vol. ii (Awka, Nig. R & K Books, 2000), pp. 44-58).

xxi.   AIGBODIOH, J. A., Philosophy of Language: Problem and Content”, in                                                          Kolawole

xxii. AIGBODIOH, J. A., African Philosophical Experience and the Problem of its Periodization”, in Francis Ogunmodede (ed) African Philosophy  Down the Ages: 10,000BC to the Present (Ibadan, Nig. Hope Publication, 2004), pp.75-89.

 xxiii. AIGBODIOH J. A. & M.L Igbafen, “The Origin, Meaning, Nature, Methods and Major Traditions of Philosophy” in C.O. Isiramen and C.A.  Agbebaku (eds) Readings in General Studies Vol. 1 (Ekpoma: Ambrose Alli University Publishing House, 2004) pp.118-137.

  xxiv. AIGBODIOH, J. A., & M.L Igbafen, The Branches, Problems and Values of Philosophy”, in C.O Isiramen and C.A Agbebaku (eds) op.cit. Pp.138-159.

  1. NEWSPAPER PUBLICATIONS

xxv. AIGBODIOH, J. A. The Other Side of Freedom”, the Guardian Newspaper, Friday January 26, 1990, pp.9.

  1. BOOK REVIEW

Xxvi. AIGBODIOH, J. A., Myth and the African Universe”, In WAJOPS: West African Journal of Philosophical Studies, Vol.2, Dec. 1999, pp.124-128.

  1. D. BOOKS

xxvii. AIGBODIOH, J. A., Philosophy of Science: Issues and Problems (Ibadan, Nig.  Hope Publications,1997).

xxviii. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Practical Issues in Applied Ethics: The Facts         Arguments and Options, with Foreword by Nkeonye Otakpor       (Benin City, Nig. Teredia Publications, 1999).

 xxix. AIGBODIOH, J. A., & M.L. Igbafen, “Philosophy of language from an African Perspective (Ekpoma, Nig. A Inno printing      Press,2004).

xxx. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Is Social Order the Creation of Natural Instinct, or of  Reason? Reflections on Professor Sogolo’s Critique of   Sociolology” Forthcoming in Book Project in Honour of Professor Emeritus Godwin Sogolo at 70 years.

  1. CONFERENCE PAPERS.

xxxi. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Approaching Philosophy of African Morals”, being a     paper delivered in National Philosophical Association biannual            conference, University of Ile-Ife, 1985 (Unpublished).

xxxii. AIGBODIOH, J. A., African Philosophical Experience and the Problem of          its           Periodization”, being a paper delivered (and accepted for            publication) at the international Conference of African    Philosophy down the ages: the Problem of its History and        Historiophy, held at SS. Peter & Paul Major Seminary, Ibadan,         Nigeria, on 27 – 31 march , 1995 ( publication is forth coming).

xxxiii. AIGBODIOH, J. A., & IMAFIDON, Philosophical Challenges of              Modernity and Moral Degeneration in Contemporary African              Societies.” A paper presented at the International        Conference:              Philosophy and Crisis: Responding to      Challenges to ways of     life in the contemporary World,       organized by University of        Loannina, Greece & Council for Research in Values and      Philosophy, Washington DC,       held in Loannina, Greece, July        28-30, 2013.

xxxiv. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “African Experience, Development and t                 Metaphysical Radicalism of the African Humanities.” A paper           presented at the Forth World Congress and General  Assembly of COMIUCAP: World Conference of   Catholic University Institutions of Philosophy, held at St.   Augustine College, Johannesburg, South Africa, November 13- 17, 2013.

  1. FOREWORDS AND PREFACES TO BOOKS.

xxxv. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Foreword” to Elvis Imafidon, The Question of the Rationality of African Traditional Thought, Charleston, Southern California: Create Space Publishers, an Amazon Company, 2013, pp.ix-x.

xxxvi. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Foreword” to Blessing O. Agidigbi, Epistemology, Central Issues and Problems, Kairos Publishing, Ibadan, 2015 pp. ix-x.

xxxvii. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Foreword” to Monday Lewis Igbafen, Core Issues And Theories in Philosophy of Development,  A Inno Printing Press, Ekpoma, 2014 pp.iv-v.

xxxviii. AIGBODIOH, J. A., Anyanwu B., Agidigbi B.O (eds.) “Preface” to Readings in General Studies, Volume I, Ambrose Alli University Publishing House, Ekpoma, 2013, pp.iv-v.

xxxix. AIGBODIOH, J. A., Imahe O.J, Ighodalo O. (eds.) “Preface” to  Readings      in General Studies, Volume II, Ambrose Alli University Publishing House, Ekpoma, 2013, pp.iv-v.

 

  1. PUBLIC LECTURES WITH DATES.
  2. xl. AIGBODIOH, J. A., The Role of Philosophy in Human and National Development: Being a Public Lecture Delivered by Prof. Jacob Aleonote Aigbodioh on the Occasion of the 2013 Annual Lecture Series of the Seminary of all Saints (SAS), Uhiele, Ekpoma, 28th October, 2013.

xli. AIGBODIOH, J. A., “Quality Education for Sustainable Development: Performance, Path and Productivity”. A keynote Address Delivered by Prof. J. A. Aigbodioh at the Education Summit Organized by Ososo Cultural Renaissance and Development Foundation at Filani Palace Hotel and Suites, Ososo, Akoko-Edo Local Government Area, Edo State on 29th  December,  2015.

  1. SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS/HONOURS:
  2. University of Ibadan Post-Graduate Scholarship Award for 1981/1982 Session, M.A. Programme, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
  3. An Award of Honour, All Saints Catholic Major Seminary Alumni Association,

Uhiele, Ekpoma, 2013.

iii. Certificate of Membership and Honour, Medical Social Work Department, Irrua

Specialist Teaching Hospital, Irrua, on 17th December 2014.

  1. Award of Honour, Institutional Administrator of the year 2014, by Afenmai Club 2000. 7Th February, 2015.
  2. Award of Excellence by Catholic Diocese of Auchi, St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Ayua- Uzairue, Edo State, Nigeria. 29th June, 2015.
  3. Award of Honour presented by the National Association of Edo State Students

(NAESS) to Prof. J.A. Aigbodioh in recognition of your selfless services, dedication     and Commitment towards the success, welfare and development of Edo State students on the 19th of February, 2016.

vii. Award of Excellence by Rev. Fr. Callistus Osaga Foundation, in Recognition of Outstanding  and Selfless Contributions To Humanity and the Less Privileged, 30th December, 2018.

  1. MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS/BODIES.
    1. Fellow, Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria (F.ICAN).
    2. Special Marshal, Federal Road Safety Commission.
  • Member, Esan Recreational Club, Ekpoma.
  1. Member, Nigerian Philosophical Association (NPA).
  2. Member, Senior Staff Club (SSC), Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.
  3. ADMINISTRATIVE/RESPONSIBILITY POSITIONS HELD WITH DATES:
  4. 1990-1991: Coordinator of Philosophy Degree Programme, Ambrose Alli University

               Ekpoma.

  1. 1998-2001, 2008-2010: Head of Department, Department of Philosophy, Ambrose

               University, Ekpoma.

iii.1998-2001, 2008-2010, 2011-Date: Member, University Senate, Ambrose Alli                    University, Ekpoma.

  1. 2005-2008: Chairman, Space Allocation Committee, Faculty of Arts, Ambrose Alli

                University, Ekpoma.

  1. 2001-2003: Sabbatical Leave, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo

                State.

  1. 2009-2010, 2010-2011: External Examiner, B.A. Hons. Degree Examinations, Niger Delta University, Yenegoa, Bayelsa State.

vii. 2010: External Examiner, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

viii. 2009-2011: External Examiner for Undergraduate Program in Philosophy, Niger                                    Delta University, Bayelsa State.

  1. 9th June, 2011: External Examiner for the Ph.D oral examination of Mr.                         Onyekwere George – Felix NWAORGU. ( Matric. No . 41827).
  2. 2011-2014: Director, General Studies Unit, Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma.
  3. 2014 till Date: Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics), Ambrose Alli University,

Ekpoma.

xii. 28 Oct. 2014: Chairman, Ad-Hoc Council Committee on Academic Staffs who                              are on Study Leave with/without pay.

xiii. 18 Nov. 2014: Chairman, Sub-Committee of Appointments and Promotions (Academic) On the Review of Requirements for Assessing Academic

                    Staff of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.

xiv. 20 Nov.2014: Chairman, Senate Committee on the Problems Militating against Graduation of Postgraduates Students within the Stipulated Time in

                    Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.

  1. xv. 2014 till Date: Chairman, Committee on TETFund Research Grants/Journal in

                    Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.

xvi. 26 Mar.2015: Chairman, Management Panel of Investigation to Authenticate the

Academic Qualifications of Aigbomian Omokhomion                                  (NYSC/EK.148/0551) in the Department of Geography and                         Regional Planning;

xvii. 23 July 2015: Member, Committee on the Problems Associated with the MOU        between AAU and ISTH.

xviii. 30th March, 2016: External Examiner for the P.hD oral examination of Mr. Sylvester Idemudia, ODIA (Matric. No. 84456) on “Personhood and Epistemic Interactivism in Indigenous Esan Thought”

  1. SPECIAL AREAS OF TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS.

Critical Thinking, Symbolic Logic, Epistemology, Philosophy Of Language,

Philosophy Of Natural Science, Philosophy Of Social Science, Issues in Ethics    and Axiology, and African Development Philosophy.

  1. LANGUAGES SPOKEN: English Language, Etsako, and Pidgin English.
  2. OBBIES: (i.) Long Hard Court Tennis

(ii)  Interacting with friends

(iii) Washing Live Sports i.e Football, Tennis and Athletics.

  1. VISION AND MISSION STATEMENTS.
  2. AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY MOTTO, VISION AND MSSION.
  3. MOTTO: Knowledge for Advancement.
  4. VISION STATEMENT.

         To foster the growth of Knowledge for the advancement of Society.

iii. MISSION STATEMENT

      To be a center of excellence in teaching and research and in the total development        of the individual person and in tune with the socio-cultural environment and  technological realities of a dynamic world.

  1. PERSONAL MOTTO, VISION AND MISSION
  2. MOTTO.

Knowledge for the Pacification of Human Existence.

  1. VISION STATEMENT.

Creating a “planetarium” of educational bonds and international linkages for the

pacification of human existence in Ekpoma and its environs.

    iii. MISSION STATEMENT

          Working out an all-inclusive educational programme towards internationalization                and standardization in teaching, learning and research, using modern                     technologies seeking adaptation in a uniquely distinctive African socio-cultural     environment.

 NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF REFEREES.

  1. Professor Emeritus Godwin Sogolo

D3, Anambra Court,

Gaduwa Estate,

Abuja, Nigeria.

Email: profsogolo@yahoo.com

G.S.M NO: +234-803-505-0152

  1. Professor Joseph Aluya, DBA

18340 Yorba Linda Blvd #107-122

Yorba Linda, CA. 92886,

California, U.S.A.

Email: drjaluya@gmail.com

G.S.M Nos: +234-807-816-4811

+171-448-859-27

iii. Professor Frederick Ugbesia Igene

Department of Animal Science,

Faculty of Agriculture,

Ambrose Alli University,

Ekpoma, Nigeria.

Email: fredoigene@gmail.com

G.S.M No: +234 805-507-8093

      PROFESSOR J.A. AIGBODIOH

Dr. Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan, PhD - Reviewer

Dr. Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan, often known as Sriram Rajagopalan, holds a Bachelor’s degree (BE) in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the University of Madras in India, a Master of Science (MS) degree in Computer Engineering from Wayne State University in Michigan, a graduate business (MBA) degree in Management from Concordia University in Wisconsin, and a doctoral degree (PhD) in Organization and Management from Capella University in Minnesota.

Dr. Rajagopalan also has numerous diplomas and certificates in computer application, information technology, computer hardware and troubleshooting, programming and databases. In addition, Dr. Rajagopalan also holds professional certifications in project management (PMP, IT Project+) and Sarbanes-Oxley IT Controls (CSOX). Dr. Rajagopalan has more than 14 years of professional experience providing technical and project support to delivering software applications in desktop, distributed, and web-based environments. Having expertise in financial, banking, healthcare, transportation, small business, and professional services industries, Dr. Rajagopalan has managed notifications projects on both .Net and J2EE architectures in West Corporation, evaluated IT controls for SOX audit for Blue Cross Blue Shield, gathered business requirements and managed the design of the small business firm’s web-based projects for a consulting client, managed project and process for a specific financial reconciliation product at Legg Mason Asset Management division, served in many roles from a system analyst to a project manager for an organically developed billing product at eFunds, and worked as software engineer for GE Medical Systems.

Dr. Rajagopalan also has a passion for practicing scholar-practitioner model engaging in lifelong learning and teaching the concepts learned in technical and management courses at many levels in the USA and India. With on-ground teaching experience in the University of Phoenix, Western International University, Axia College, Strayer University, Cardinal Stritch University, International Academy of Design & Technology, and Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Dr. M.G.R. College of Engineering, and Moogambigai Polytechnic Institute within the University of Madras, and online teaching experience within the University of Phoenix system and the International Academy of Design & Technology, Dr. Rajagopalan has taught programming, visual communication, database, web design, animation, project management, and networking classes. Dr. Rajagopalan emphasizes that the digital revolution has made the world a smaller place for businesses with high competition and newer business structures like the virtual teams. Consequently, he stresses that leadership skills are mandatory for today’s project managers and focuses on creating awareness for leadership skills among project managers in the information sector and the need for emotional intelligence as an important competency in today’s project teams. Dr. Rajagopalan delivered his dissertation on the same topic and has also participated in symposiums promoting frameworks towards project leadership.

Dr. Jorge Mastrapa, PhD. - Reviewer

Dr. Jorge Mastrapa

Dr. Mastrapa is one of the co-founders and America’s Managing Director of ICQ Consulting, one of the leading companies in the field of organizational culture and global leadership. He is an expert researcher, author, and international speaker in the areas of culture, diversity and inclusion; and was chosen as one of the 2016 Top 30 Global Experts in Organizational Culture. He is also the developer of CALOMM™, the “Culturally Aware Leadership, Organization, and Management Model”, a comprehensive framework that helps companies develop and implement a true modern organizational culture, in the challenging global and mobile business environment.

For over 25 years Dr. Mastrapa has helped multinational Fortune 500 and Startup companies launch strategic new services, expand direct and outsourced operations in new countries, and implemented turnaround programs on a national and international level. With his focus on the development of culturally aware organizations and leadership practices, he has consistently helped those organizations increase employee productivity, customer satisfaction and profitability. Some of the companies and industry segments he has worked with include NCR, Tech Data, Cisco Systems, UPS, IBM, ATT, Flextronics and many others in the high technology, telecommunications, manufacturing, logistics and supply chain industries.

Personally as a first generation, Cuban-American immigrant he developed very early an interest in the study and application of the most modern leadership and management strategies to address the integration of immigrants into the business environment of their host country. These experiences combined with his believe in the value of education and continuous learning, motivated him to continue his studies and graduate as a Doctor Degree in Business Administration, with a focus on culture and diversity. He is also a Hofstede’s institute certified cross-cultural, and organizational culture lecturer and management consultant.

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Dr.(Mrs). Henrietta Mbamalu Okoro, D.B.A, CSTE - Reviewer

Dr. Henrietta Mbamalu Okoro is the Director of the World Association for Academic Doctors(WAAD). She is an expert in organizational leadership, specializing in Information Systems and Technology at the University of Phoenix. Her research interests are in the area of organizational culture, performance, mergers, leadership, information technology, and global business management. She has over 19 years of extensive knowledge and experience in information technology, accounting, banking/finance, and telecommunication industries. Ms. Okoro graduated with a HND in Banking and Finance from the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria in 1989 and completed a dual Masters Degree in Accounting and Management from Southeastern University Washington DC, USA in 1997 and 1998 respectively. She has been a certified software test engineer since 1999 and a member of Quality Assurance Institute (QAI) and American Society of Quality (ASQ) since 2000. In graduate school, she was awarded the Wall Street Journal Award in 1998 for academic excellence. Ms. Okoro has gained

In graduate school, she was awarded the Wall Street Journal Award in 1998 for academic excellence. Ms. Okoro has gained depth of knowledge and experience in the field of information technology and grown to be a leader with remarkable professionalism and breadth. She works as a lead/sr. software test engineer with Telecommunication Systems Inc. in Annapolis, Maryland. She leads numerous wireless applications projects to successful deployment and maintains quality process improvement. Additionally, she is an Executive Director of Cytta Group LLC in Maryland that specializes in management consulting, financial investment services, computer training/workshops, and global business ventures. All of these demonstrate her extraordinary ability, wealth of experience, and exemplary managerial competencies towards inspiring others to educational development and business excellence. On personality traits, Ms. Okoro is very independent, energetic and motivational speaker, self-reliant, and confidently assertive. She is able to navigate her way in a challenging and diverse global world with a high sense of personal responsibility and social ethics. She has co-founded several African Charitable organizations in the Washington Metropolitan region and serves as board members. She recognizes her roles in the community-centered organizations as one of servant-leadership and knowledge for public service over and beyond self-interest. In addition, Ms. Okoro serves as a Reviewer of a Scholarly Journal of Disruptive Technology, a quarterly Journal of Management and Leadership. She has traveled extensively around the world for different global seminars in information technology, management, and leadership.

Contact Information:

Dr (Mrs). Henrietta Mbamalu Okoro, D.B.A., CSTE

Executive Director

Cytta Group LLC

7211 Oakley Rd. Glenn Dale, MD 20769

Email: ettaokoro@yahoo.com

Office: 202-361-5560

Fax: 301-918-0577

Dr. Chika Ebenezer Duru, BSBA., MBA., Ph.D. - Reviewer

Dr. Chika Ebenezer Duru holds BSBA and MBA degrees in Business Administration with emphasis in Marketing and Management from the Southern California Campus of the University of Phoenix. He earned a PhD degree in Organizations Management with special emphasis in Leadership from Capella University in Minnesota, USA. He has attended numerous continuing educations and holds so many certifications such as: Organizational Management and Leadership, Risks Underwriting and Management, Legal Environments of Insurance, Business Laws and Contracts, Orthopedics Fitter Certifications, Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Operations Management. Prof. Duru who has become a recognized Author and Writer has published few articles on Organizational Effectiveness and also a dissertation work on Consumer Behavior focusing on “Customer Retention” highly in demand at the Illinois State University with copies at the Illinois State University Library. Prof. Duru continues working on few of his unpublished research works scheduled to for publishing very soon.

Prof. Duru who has over 25 years of extensive knowledge and experience in insurance industry as well as extensive knowledge and experience in Durable Medical Equipment operations management and leadership is a”Business and Financial Consultant” and also a “Risk/Customer Retention Specialist”. He conducts seminars on how to ensure customer satisfaction in every given organization. As a people skilled individual, he enjoys sharing with individuals and corporations how to develop skills in order to survive in the business world. He has severally appeared as “Guest Speaker” at Power of Success Radio Broadcasting Ministry (KTYM 1460 AM Station), where he shared with listeners (audience) how to start and operate businesses successfully, and encouraging entrepreneurship and regularly takes calls from program listeners and addresses their issues of concerns.

Dr. Duru has extensively worked with research firms and has conducted research studies on insurance products development and new automobile products development. Few of the research organizations that he worked with are: Meczka Marketing Research Corporation, Aineo Capital Research Center, Kilroy Research and Consulting Corporation. Dr. Duru has provided corporate training to all key employees including unit managers and supervisors, product development, sales, marketing, and agency management to many insurance firms. Corporate Training evidently becomes a passion to him.

As a philanthropist, Dr. Duru is the Founder and the Executive Director of the Children’s Orphanage and Youth Foundation, Inc., a California based Non-Profit organization established in 1996 with the IRS Tax Exempt Status, works with the underserved / underprivileged people in Africa and around the world.

For many years Dr. Duru has participated by volunteering in the political electoral processes in City of Long Beach and County of Los Angeles California USA. For over 5years, Dr. Duru voluntarily donated his office space of business for election poling stations. He has severally served as the Precinct Officer same as Election Returning Officer in various polling station locale. Busy as Dr. Duru could be, he not only involved in civic improvement, he has also acquired interesting experience within the political arena.

Dr. Duru has been serving as Adjunct Professor of Business at the International American University (IAU) in Los Angeles, California since the year 2007. He is appointed as the International Educational Representativein the entire continent of Africa for International American University. His duty includes but not limited to: Communicating, Dialoguing and most importantly, Investigating of all documentations and credentials of all international collaborative venturing in any given African nation. He conducts student/learners recruiting drives in most African countries for International American University.

Prior to his appointment with IAU, Dr. Duru continues to serve as University Advisory Board Member and as a Professor of College of Business and Technology at University of Riverside since the year 2006. He also served as Adjunct Professor at California InterContinental University where participated in Reviewing and Editing of the California InterContinental University Curriculum Syllabus of course programs to maintain the Distance Educational Training Council (DETC) accreditation agency standards.

Dr. Duru has continued to serve in Graduate Committees and has also continued to serve as Chairman and Mentor of Graduate Research Committees (GRC) for various masters and doctoral graduating student learners’ Capstone Research Projects, Dissertation Editing and Reviews in various Universities such: California InterContinental University, Capella University, and Argosy University.

Dr. Duru currently serves as a Core Professor of College of Business Administration at the Trident University

International (TUI). With its location in California USA, TUI University is well known regional accredited university mainly for military individual students who are deployed all around the world and yet, pursuing to achieve their academic dreams.

Dr. Duru is also an Adjunct Professor at Ken Blanchard College of Business Administration at Grand Canyon University (GCU). He has been lecturing leadership courses for many years in this university. Located in Arizona, GCU is regional accredited reputable and prestigious Christian Value faith based and over six decades old university.

He is an Advisory Board Member to The Visitor Magazine. His responsibilities include; Maintaining active dialogue with the CEO and management, and other organization’s staff. Providing my perspectives and qualitative advice on the publishing rules, policies and directions to ensure company’s high level of customer retention.

An accomplisher, he is, Dr. Duru continues to serve as a Reviewer of a Scholarly Journal of Disruptive Technology, a quarterly Journal of Management and Leadership. He has traveled extensively around the world teaching global seminars in management and leadership.

Dr. Duru, who has featured as International Observer representing Nigerian Policy Institute (NPI) USA and Life and Time Magazine USA during the political democratic national elections in Nigeria, was appointed as the Bureau Chief of the Life and Time Magazine Abuja Nigerian branch. Dr. Duru continuously serves as contributing editor and has published many articles on leadership and political trends across nations.

Dr. Chika Duru has continued to dedicate his service as an appointed Editorial Board Member at the Association of Nigerian Women Academic Doctors in Maryland USA.

Dr. Duru is currently appointed by Nigeria National Universities Commission as Linkages with Experts in Academics in Diaspora Scheme (LEADS) Scholar and serving as a LEADS Scholar at Nasarawa State University Keffi where he lectures. In addition, Dr. Duru currently lectures at National Open University of Nigeria in Abuja Nigeria.

Evidently, Dr. Duru remains sincerely a wealthy knowledgeable and experienced asset to any organization as well as to any institutions of higher learning’s management or leadership positions.

Dr. Duru belongs to various Professional Memberships namely:

  • The Association To Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
  • International Leadership Association (ILA)
  • Friends of Harvard Business School Executive Education (FHBSEE)
  • Consultants Network of America (CNA)
  • Adjunct Online Faculty Association (AOFA)
  • eMarketing Network Association (E-MNA)
  • American Grant Writers Association (AGWA)

Contact Information:

Dr. Chika Ebenezer Duru, PhD.

Senior Manager

Ebbs Strategic Management & Leadership Training School, LLC.

  1. O. Box 92768, Long Beach, California 90809, USA

USA Office: 714-927-7984; Nigeria: 0803-897-1084, 0818-843-0551   e-Fax:  562-265-1234

E-mail: ebbsleadershiptraining@gmail.com, drcd

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Professor Bryan J. Watkins. Ed.D, Reviewer, Mentor and Doctoral Consultant

About Professor Bryan J. Watkins

 VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER

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Dr. Bryan J. Watkins is Vice President and Chief Academic Officer at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.

Bryan has a great breadth and depth of experience in multiple higher education institutions that includes accreditation, faculty relations, and curriculum design and development, as well as virtual, hybrid, and face-to-face program delivery, admissions, marketing, and sales. Bryan is a mission-driven leader with high competencies in business acumen, fiscal stewardship, entrepreneurial mindset, and a collaborative, team-based leadership style.

Bryan previously was Associate Professor and Dean of the School of Adult Learning at North Park University. While there, he led a team of 45 full- and part-time faculty and staff to design, deliver, and implement undergraduate and graduate programs in Chicago and Grayslake.

Prior to North Park University, Bryan was the Acting Assistant Provost for Continuing Studies & Special Initiatives at Dominican University overseeing all academic and administrative operations related to the School of Continuing Studies. He developed external partnerships dedicated to special initiatives and partnered with Deans from the other schools at the university to align online education activities. He also served as a university representative at the Illinois Board of Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission.

Business Leader Faculty® Since 2015

 More information about this Professor here at http://www.lakeforestmba.edu/academics/facultydir/Bryan-Watkins.aspxre at 

 

 

 

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About Dr. Luis Ramos, DMIST. Reviewer

With over 30 years of leadership and technical experience, Dr. Ramos brings a new depth to the role of Board Chairman at Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union (NSFCU) He was elected Chairman of the Board on March 12, 2014 (https://www.nutmegstatefcu.org/about-us/meet-board/). Previously, Dr. Ramos served as Vice Chairman of the Board from 2010 to 2014; Board Secretary from 2008 to 2010; Supervisory Committee Chair from 2005 to 2008; and Member of the Supervisory Committee from 1998 to 2005.  Additionally, his career expands from 1984 when he joined Southern New England Telephone (SNET), SBC/SNET in 1998, and AT&T since the 2005 SBC/AT&T merger.  Dr. Ramos is a Principal Systems Engineer in the AT&T Technology Development Organization located in New Jersey.  In this capacity, he uses critical thinking skills to solve complex issues and develops solutions to complex business and technical problems of complex scope using advanced engineering and scientific principles and is an inventor with several filed patents at the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO).  Dr. Ramos is also a Certified Faculty Member at the University of Phoenix School of Business since 2008 teaching Organizational Leadership and The External Factors that Impact Business, among other graduate business courses.  He holds a BA in Management, an MBA in Organizational Leadership and is a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership with a specialization in Information Systems and Technology (DMIST).  He also serves as a member of the University of Phoenix School of Business MBA Faculty Council responsible for providing strategic leadership and general support of school initiatives in areas of curriculum design, program assessment, scholarship and research activities, and Faculty governance since 2016. Dr. Ramos also serves as the CFO for the HACEMOS Scholarship Organization since 2005.​

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