L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs

L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs


Doctoral students

Victor Amuzu

Master of Public Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University; MSc. International Relations, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Sociology and Religions, University of Ghana/St. Peter’s Regional Seminary


2020- 2023: Virginia Commonwealth University, LD Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs, USA: MPA in Public Administration
2006-2007: S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore: MSc. International Relations                           
2000-2003: University of Ghana/St. Peter’s Regional Seminary, Ghana: Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Sociology and Religions
1998-2001: St Paul’s Catholic Seminary, Ghana: Philosophy and Religion 


Adept in Communication, and critical thinking 
Excellent in research, analysis of data and text. 
Excellent in planning, coordination and advocacy
Proficient in SPSS, Microsoft Office: MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Outlook.
Proficient in utilizing advance editing features such as track changes for editing and collaborating with others on long documents. 


Trans-Atlantic Seminar Regional Planning in United States and Germany
Public Administration Theory
Principles of Public Administration
 Research Method in government and Public Affairs
Quantitative Method
Strategic Trends in US Foreign and Domestic Economic Policy
(Un) Problematic Multiculturalism and Social Resilience
Professional Skills Enrichment: Data and Text Analysis
Asia- Pacific Program for Senior Military Officers  
Training in Media, Singapore Media Corp. A training Program in media management to non-media organizations and professionals.
Shangri-La Dialogue: The Asia Security Summit aimed at building confidence and fostering practical security cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region.


March 2017 - Current: Supervisor, VCU Health Systems. Responsible for supervising drivers and valet attendants at the department of Parking Services. Verify and process attendance sheets for weekly payment of contract workers

August 2018 - Current: Manager, Stellam Matutinam LLC. Oversees day to day running of the company.

September 2009 – November 2015: Lecturer, USA College of English, Beijing. Responsible for organizing and conducting Spoken and Business English classes, taught Professional Business courses such us, ‘Objectives, Strategies and the Business Environment’, ‘People in Organizations, External Influences on Business’ among others.  Also, responsible for setting, conducting examinations and grading students.  

September 2009 – July 2010: Lecturer, Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing. Taught Business Environment, Managing Professional Development, and Marketing.

September 2008 – August 2009: Teacher, Bilingo China, Beijing. Responsible for developing curriculum, organizing, and conducting Business English, Business Writings, IELT and TOEFL classes.

August 2007 – August 2008: Assistant-General Manager, Fount of East Cultural and Trading Company, Beijing. Responsibilities: advance the International projection of the company and effect and coordinate every foreign relation of the company, responsible of ensuring smooth transaction in the department of Foreign Trade.

October 2004 – July 2006: Lecturer, Yingcai College, Jinan, Shandong, PR China. Taught English and Business English, responsible for coordinating, and supervision of Spoken English Teaching by other teachers employed by the school, conduct termly examinations and grading.

Member of Justin writers club, St Peter’s Seminary, Pedu.
Students Representative Council at the St Peter’s Seminary.
Kisseman Catholic Youth Association (Kikayas), Organizer.
Coordinated in the distribution of clothing, food and other basic needs to the sick and needy in our community in Ghana through Saint Vincent de Paul Society.
Volunteered for ‘Help Aged Ghana’ in the coordination and distribution of food and medical services to the Aged in Ghana. 


French and Mandarin Chinese (Spoken)