Ruth Endam Mbah

The International Centre for IT and Development

Ruth Endam Mbah 

Ruth Endam Mbah is currently a Doctoral Candidate of Public Policy with concentration in International Development at the Nelson Mandela College of Government and Science in Southern University and A&M College. She is equally a Research Associate at ICITD and at the Nelson Mandela Institute for Research. Ruth is currently a Graduate Assistant at the Louisiana Small Business Development Center, Southern University and A&M College. She is a holder of a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Buea, Cameroon and an MBA in International Business from Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India. She is the Co-founder and President of Broken Ties Foundation which is a social non-profit organization created to establish, support and respond to the corresponding difficulties of managing broken homes in Cameroon. She has served as an Accountant and Assistant Administrator at the DRIMP Foundation. She has also served as an Accounting Officer and Internal Controller at the Community Credit Company, Plc in Cameroon. She is the first recipient of the PEMEXA USA Certificate of Excellence for outstanding grades at the GCE ‘O’ Level. More so, she is a recipient of a Certificate of Honor for effectively managing and executing the 2013 budget for the first edition of DRIMP Youth Forum in Cameroon. Ruth’s research interest include: sustainable development, humanities, accounting and finance, banking and finance, public policy, criminal justice, public finance and international relations. Her current research works have been accepted at several conferences: Paris International Academic Conference on Business & Economics 2017; Louisiana Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting 2018; Alabama Political Science Association Conference 2018 and Covenant University International Conference on Entrepreneurship CU-ICE, 2018. Ruth served as chair of the American Criminal Justice Panel at the Alabama Political Science Association Conference 2018. She is also a recipient of a Ph.D. research grant From Indiana University CIBER (CIBER Doctoral Student Research Awards).

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