John Osae-Kwapong, Ph.D

President and CEO

Dr. John Osae-Kwapong has spent the last 14 years of his career in higher education with leadership roles in planning and institutional effectiveness. His experience includes strategic planning, assessment, program evaluation, and institutional research.
Before beginning his career in higher education, he served as a program evaluator with the Legislative Office of Education Oversight and later on as a researcher with the Rehabilitation Services Commission, both government agencies in the state of Ohio.
Dr. Osae-Kwapong also has extensive teaching experience. He taught research methods University of Findlay in the MBA program for a year, and two other courses – political economy and comparative politics for the political science department. He also taught undergraduate research methods at George Mason University in the government and politics program for five years, introduction to public administration at the Metropolitan College of New York for a year and international relations at Houghton College for a semester.
He is also a fellow with the Ghana Center for Democratic Development where his research work focuses on the politics of development and governance.
Dr. John Osae-Kwapong holds a Ph.D. in political science from George Mason University, a master’s degree in public administration from Clark Atlanta University and a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Houghton College.