Place of Birth: Nigeria



Seeking a teaching or Administrative position within an educational setting where my talents, experiences

and training could be used to enhance the spiritual, physical, and the mental growth of students, and staff.




Doctor of Education in Administration and Leadership, June 2014, LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY, Riverside, CA. USA


Education Specialist, June 2013, LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY, Riverside, CA. USA

 M.S. Human Development, June 1995, PACIFIC OAKS COLLEGE, Pasadena, CA.USA

            Special Emphases:       Administration and Supervision

                                                Early Childhood Education

 B.S. Home Economics, Major; Food and Nutrition, Minor, June 1987ANDREWS

UNIVERSITY, Berrien Springs, MIUSA

 Professional Certificate in Food Management (1987), Andrews University. MI. USA

 Teachers’ Training Diploma, June 1981: St Joseph’s TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE, Aba, Nigeria.

 High School Diploma: 1978. Ovom Girl’s High School.Ovom.

 Elementary School Diploma 1973:  St Chrysostom’s Primary School, Ohanze-Isiahia.




 Experience in Administration and Leadership

Vice Principal/Coordinator Babcock University Schools Management Board/ Quality Assurance (2015 till Present

Director, Southeastern California Conference Children’s Center.

Director, Salt Lake Community College Lab School.

School Board Chair

Managed all aspects of the Children’s center program.

Implemented bi-annual review of the center.

Supervised teachers in the classrooms.

Responsible for the center budget of over $400,000.00 (Four hundred thousand dollars).

Maintained a safe and healthy environment for children and adults.

Responsible for hiring, training, and disciplining teachers.

Assisted staff in the development of professional skills.

Conducted staff meetings, workshops, and in-service trainings.

Conducted parenting trainings and workshops.

Communicated effectively with parents, staff and faculty.

Effectively implemented the policies and procedures of the school.

Adhered to the policies and procedures of the State of California and Southeastern California  

Conference of SDA.



Experience in Teaching (1996 – 2002; October 2014 till Present)

Lecturer, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike


   Courses Taught:

  Administrative and Communication Skills in Education Management

  History of Education Management in Nigeria

  Introduction to Administrative Behaviour

  Educational Supervision in Nigerian

  Teaching Practice

  Educational Systems Analysis

  Problems and Issues in Planning Nigerian Education

  Leader in Formal Organization

  Supervision and Inspection


Lecturer, Salt Lake Community College. USA


   Courses Taught:

  Human Development Across Life Span

  Nutrition, Health and Safety for Young Children

  Marriage and Family Relations

  Child Development

  Nutrition through the Life Cycle


  High School Teacher Babcock University High School, Nigeria (2014 -2015)


   Subject Taught:

Home Economics


High School TeacherOhanze Community Secondary School, Nigeria (1979-1984)


   Subjects Taught:


  English Literature


Substitute Teacher at Area Adventist Educational Institutions.


Other Teaching Experiences:

Conduct Trainings for Teachers and Non-Academic Staff


   Topics include:

  Staff/Student Relationship

  Teacher/Staff Empowerment

  Student/Teacher Relationship

  Quality Assurance in Secondary Schools


Conduct Seminars for Women, Youth and Church Groups


   Topics include:

Marriage and Family Relationship

  Gender-based Violence

  The Girl Child

  Roles of Father, Mother and Child in the home.

  Healthy Lifestyle

  Nutrition, Diet and Exercise

  Early Childhood Education

  Parent – Teen Relationship



Nwosu, E.E. “Managing Early Childhood Education in an Era of Economic Recession in Nigeria: An Analysis” African Journal of Education Research and Development (AJERD) vol.9(2), 334-342., Sept. 2017.

Evans-Obinna, R. and Nwosu, E.E. “Transportation Model: A Quantitative and Qualitative Solution Tool for achieving Institutional and Managerial Goals in the 21st century” Internal Journal of Qualitative Research Methods, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp 1-9, 2016.

Evans-Obinna, R. and Nwosu, E.E.“Rationale For Politics I Educational Management in Nigeria” Chapter in Contemporary Issues in Educational Management 2017.

Evans-Obinna, R. and Nwosu, E.E. “Impact of Traditional Academic Discipline in Teaching and Research: For Positive Learning Outcomes in an Era of Economic Recession in Nigeria” African Journal of Education Research and Developent (AJERD) vik,9(2), 353-361, Sept. 2017.

Evans-Obinna, R., Ndieze, R. and Nwosu, E.E. “Management of Campus Support Services: Challenges and Way Forward in the 21st Century Nigeria Tertiary Education. International Journal of Education (IJOE) vol2(2), 181-194. 2017.

Ike, E. and Nwosu, E.E. “A Regression Analysis of Perceived Organizational support, Interpersonal relationship and Employee turnover intention in Southwest Nigeria”. Forthcoming.

Modebelu, M.N. and Nwosu, E.E. “Concept of Educational Administration and Educational Management”. Chapter in the Book: Educational Management: The Nigerian Perspective. 2016.

Modebelu, M.N. and Nwosu, E.E. “Corporate Planning and Leadership Skills Training Necessity”. Chapter in the Book: Educational Management: The Nigerian Perspective, 2016.

Ngerem E.I. and Nwosu, E.E. “Inadequate Teaching Personnel as a gap in Secondary Education preparation of students entering the 21st Century Universities.” Chapter in:International Journal of Education Studies (INJEDS) 2016.


Post Bachelors training in Food management (1987), Andrews University, Berrien Springs MI.

  Earned Professional Certificate (post bachelor) from Andrews University in food preparation, production, management systems, service quality control, equipment selection and use, sanitation and safety, menu and recipe development, and nutritional care in contemporary society.

  Supervised special events: menu planning, food preparations, set up and decorations, catering, and customer service.

  Conducted training (workshop) in food service management.



Experience as Claims Service Representative (July 1989 ‑ July, 1998), Wausau Insurance Companies, Pasadena, CA.

  Served as the company’s customer relations person, taking reports, answering their questions about the company’s policies, claims and liabilities.

  Communicated with policy holders and customers.

  Prepared and presented service reports periodically.

  Evaluated the Customers’ claims and determined appropriate payments due or not due to claimants.


Experience as Assistant Secretary, (1989‑1990), Southern California Conference of SDA,

Glendale CA.


  Prepared various reports and minutes of meetings.

  Served as Liaison for teachers, pastors, members and staff.

  Performed other secretarial duties.


Additional Information


Computer Skills

   Good knowledge of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

   Internet (E-mailing, Searching)

   Uses Instructional Technology to enhance pedagogical technique


Service In Relevant Public Bodies

  European Center for Research Training and Development UK

  Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education

  Adventist Education Association of Nigeria

  National Association for the Education of Young Children

  Adventist Children’s Ministries Association


Community and Religious Services

  Vice President Vicar Hope Foundation

  Shepherdess Seventh-day Adventist Church

  Hope Health and Healing Ministries

  Volunteer – Community Projects



  United Nations Commission on the Status of Women – New York, 2018

  United Nations World Urban Forum 9 (UN Habitat) – Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia 2018

  Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning Conference  2017

  Culturally Responsive Teacher Leadership Workshop 2017

  Reducing the Burden of Sickle Cell Disease in our Community – Enugu, 2017

  Factors Affecting Human Settlements Patterns in both Urban and Rural Areas of Africa – Kenya 2017

  Inaugural Lecture: Pedagogical Imperatives for Teacher Effectiveness in the Nigerian Educational System by Mkpa Agu Mkpa (OFR) 2017

  Inaugural Lecture: Molecular Medicine and Hematology for Healthy Blood by Professor Iheanyi Okpala, 2017

  Resilience in Public Service: Leaders who deliver – Leaders who inspire – Dubai 2015

  Adventist Education: Resources Investment and Security  2015

  Working with Difficult People Conference 2014

  Strategy for Positive Guidance and Behavior Management Seminar 2014

  Innovative Classroom Seminar  2013


Other Areas of Capability at the University Level


  Student Development


  Human Resources

  Student Support Services


  REFERENCES: Available on request

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