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DAA: Charles E. Owubah

Charles E. Owubah

Charles E. Owubah


Nairobi, Kenya | Distinguished Ag Alumni: 2013


As the regional vice president of World Vision East Africa, Charles E. Owubah, oversees leadership and management of nine national offices in East Africa with an annual budget of $546 million and more than 6,000 staff. World Vision East Africa is a humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty in more than 100 countries. 1988   B.S., Natural Resource Management, University of           Science & Technology, Kumasi, Ghana 1988-1990  Project Manager and Teaching Assistant, University                  of Science & Technology, Kumasi, Ghana 1991   Consultant, Forestry Support Program, International           Forestry, USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C. 1992   M.S., Natural Resource Management and Policy,           Purdue University 1992-1993  Consultant, Food Aid Management, Washington, D.C 1993-1995  Lecturer, Assistnat Project Manager, University of                  Science & Technology, Kumasi, Ghana 1994   Consultant, Food Aid Management, Washington, D.C. 1999   Ph.D., Natural Resource Management and Policy,           Purdue University 1999-2007  World Vision, Inc., Wahsington D.C.                   International Program Officer, 1999-2002                   Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, 2002-2004                   Team Leader, East Africa Regional Team,                   2004-2005                   Director of Operations-HIV/AIDS, 2005-2007 2007-2009   National Director, World Vision Zambia, Lusaka 2009-present Regional Vice President, World Vision East Africa,                     Nairobi, Kenya