• Doctorate of Philosophy,  in International Relations, with a focus on Political Economy, University of Mass./Amherst,  Amherst, Mass., 1990
  • Master of Arts, in Comparative Government, with a focus on African Political Economy. Western Washington University, Bellingham, Wash., 1980
  • Bachelor of Arts, in Political Science, with a focus on African Political Economy, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.,1978
  • Bachelor of Science, in Electrical Engineering Technology. Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind., 1979

Courses Taught

  • Current Events in an International Context
  • Economics and Social Change
  • Global Economy, Culture and Community
  • Social Philosophy
  • World Views Analysis
  • Organizational Change and Development

Community Service and Volunteer Work

  • Founder and President of the African, African-American, Development, Education, Research and Training (AADERT) Institute. Conducted over twenty annual conferences on issues that concern both the local, national, and global community.