Guy-Maurille Massamba, Ph.D.
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Guy-Maurille Massamba holds a PhD in Political Science from Howard University. For five years he taught political theory at Howard University in Washington, DC, before working as a World Bank Consultant in the field of leadership development, training and advising African public administration officials. His areas of expertise also include project strategic review and monitoring and evaluation, governance, capacity building training, which he performed through the World Bank and a number of institutions, such as Development International, Inc. He has also worked as an expert Consultant in the field of democracy analysis for the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and contributed to the identification of lessons learned from public administration reforms in Africa, with the Government Institute of the African Union. He continues to work in these areas and others, such as political strategy, through the Model Praxis, LLC, a consulting firm based in the Washington, DC area.
Dr. Massamba also earned a Bachelor Degree in Philosophy in 1984, from the Institut Saint-Pierre Canisius, the Jesuit School of Philosophy in Kimwenza, D.R.C., a Bachelor Degree in Theology, in 1989 from Hekima College, the Jesuit School of Theology, in Nairobi, Kenya, a Master Degree in Theology, in 1990, from Regis College of the University of Toronto, Canada, an Advanced Diploma in Cultural Anthropology, in 1992, from the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, an Advanced Diploma in International Relations, in 1992, from the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, and a Master Degree in Political Science/International Relations, in 1995, from Howard University, Washington, D.C. Dr. Massamba’s publications include, among others, “E-Government and Public Administration in Africa: Systemic Impediments and Perspectives,” Inderjeet Singh Sodhi, (ed.), Emerging Issues and Prospects in African E-Government, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2015; and “Globalization and Africa’s Regional and Local Responses,” an article he co-authored and published in the Journal of Asian and African Studies, London: Sage Publications, 2004.