Associate Professor Management Sciences, Sudan
Associate Professor, Management Sciences, University of Juba (declined posting to Khartoum); currently, Senior Associate, International Centre for Transitional Justice (ICTJ), Juba, Southern Sudan. Born in Southern Sudan in 1944.
Education: Morsak Bush School (1956), Rejaf Elementary School(1957-8), St. Mary’s Minor Seminary (1959-63), St. John’s Junior Secondary School, Uganda (1964), St. Mary’s College Kisubi (Uganda, 1965-68). University: B.A. (Berea College, Berea, Kentucky), 1972-75; M.A. McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada), 1975-6; M.P.A. Eastern Kentucky University, (Richmond, Ky, 1980-82); Ph.D. University of Georgia, 1990
Have taught at University of Georgia, University of Dar es Salaam, Moi University, University of Juba, and Catholic University of Sudan.
Work on ICTJ: sensitization about Transitional Justice (TJ) in Southern Sudan, and building partnerships for TJ. ICTJ’s informal partner is the Southern Sudan Human Rights Commission.
Consultancies: Peace-building, Development, Evaluation, Management, Good Governance – major clients, Government of Southern Sudan, and both National and International NGOs.