Ezewuchi Amaefule, DBA

My name is Ezewuchi Amaefule, but I go by Eze. I received a doctor of business administration (DBA) degree in 2009 from Argosy, Washington, DC and MSA and BSBA in accounting in 1987 and 1985 respectively from Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois. I have taught several accounting classes as an Adjunct Professor between Argosy University DC campus, Strayer University, and South University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I worked for the State of Maryland for about 19 years, working in different departments. Currently I run my own business – Amaeze Business Services, LLC, providing accounting and tax services to individuals, independent contractors, partnerships and small businesses. I have published articles, including External Costs of Oil and Gas Exploration in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria (Dissertation 2009), and Capital Accounting: Should employees be accounted for as assets? I have also co-authored a book, Doing Business Abroad: A handbook for Expatriates. I am actively involved in social and cultural organizations and have held executive positions in most the organizations.