The Commissioner for Environment and Solid Minerals, Akwa Ibom State Nigeria has been selected to receive the honorary doctorate degree of the American Management University, California. His doctorate award nomination followed swiftly on the heels of a thorough evaluation of his impact, his unrivaled consistency and sustained courage for inspiring leadership through his career as a banker and now with the government of his state.
The Honors award is slated for Friday, 27th January, 2023. This special conferment will be organized by the University in collaboration with the Brian Reuben Organisation. The festivities culminate in the act of conferment which will be held at Radisson Blu Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria on the sidelines of the Leadership Agenda Summit 2023 special Edition.
Charles and the other awardees will be Permitted to do a Presentation of ten minutes about their Visions and Businesses. The first conferment
an honorary degree at the university was held in 2020. Located in California USA, the American Management University, offers education that is accessible to managers with time constraints and individuals with other obligations ensuring students learn through an interactive curriculum that focuses on critical thinking, communication, and strategy.
AMU is a member of the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE is a CHEA-approved programmatic accreditor), educational membership with ASIC UK, membership to the United States Distance Learning Association, and membership with the National Business Education Association
In his reaction, the President of the Brian Reuben Organisation, an international based leadership development organisation, Dr Brian Reuben, said Udoh “is someone I admire and he is truly worthy of this honour because he has put in the work for many years and he continues to do that; investing in people, and building communities.”
Reuben further highlighted also that doctoral honor is a recognition of what he has achieved and represents. “This is a validation of his work and all that he continues to do. I think what he does is very inspiring.”