ms, mass communications
Thesis: Crisis Communication and the Role of Appeal Strategies: The Humanitarian Crisis in Darfur.
Foreign policy analyst and political economist with senior-level government relations, public relations, and brand management experience. Doctoral degree in Public Policy and Political Economy, earned at The University of Texas at Dallas. Professional history in the international affairs industry; working experience with non-profit organizations.
Industry experience in government relations, branding, event management, media relations, and executing B2C & B2B event marketing campaigns targeting varied publics - either as part of a general brand awareness strategy, or as part of a focused set of multi-touch, strategic branding directives, issued by a nuclear conglomerate of executives.
Skilled in data assessment and processing; data analyses; analytical outcome evaluation; policy analyses. Certified in Economic and Demographic Data Analyses; Dynamic Modeling; & R Programming.
Olufunlola A. Arowolo, Ph.D.
Dissertation: Foreign Investment Dependence and Infant Mortality Outcomes in the Sub-Sahara: A Bayesian P-Spline Approach to Processing Missing Sub-Regional Data.
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