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Professor Frederick Nwosu



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Professor Frederick Nwosu's experiences span across multiple platforms:
He lived through a nasty genocidal war.
He nearly lost his life to mortar and other military ordinances.
He lost his father while in the elementary school.
He saw himself through his first four-year college without financial aid, student loans, or gifts of any sort.
He worked for IBM Corporation in the Research Triangle Park building computers, training new hires in computer hardware, and Planar Technical Support.
He co-produced Shaw University Journal for a brief period while a student at the university.
He survived motor accidents while traveling across the country with his band playing live music.
He composed the anthem for Nigeria's National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) while in the NYSC program.
He composed the anthem for Nigeria's Under-17 Soccer Team captained by Nduka Ugbade that won the World Cup in 1975.
He composed "Everybody Must Farm" for Nigeria's Green Revolution called 'Operation Feed the Nation' in 1979-1983.
He supported a family of eight while still a teenager under harsh economic climates.
He survived all obstacles and earned two four-year college degrees (Cum Laude and Summa Cum Laude respectively), an MBA, and a PhD with multiple specializations (in Finance, Management, and Leadership).
He is the GPMI Spokesperson on Healthful Living, selected because of his health and looks at his age.
He worked for American Airlines South-East Reservation Office headquarters, and was on duty on the fateful September 11, 2001 when a phone call came to the office from one of the hijacked air planes.
He formed many for-profit and nonprofit organizations in the West as well as in Africa.
He is on over 350 music albums as either keyboard player, composer, vocalist, co-producer, producer, or director.
He narrowly escaped collision with a cargo ship on the Asarama-Nkoro Feeder branch confluence with the Atlantic Ocean.
He released a record Me Take A Risk, A Small Boat on A Big Sea after that incident.
He was Under-7 Head Coach for Capital Area Soccer League in Raleigh, North Carolina.
He formed and led an eclectic live band in Raleigh, North Carolina.
He served as Doctoral Dissertation Chair on Dissertation Committee -
He wrote the book, "Corporate Profitability: The Knowledge Management, Succession Planning, Decision-Making and Risk Analysis Mix".
He wrote the book, "KNOWING HIM: In A Broad Spectrum of Leadership Perspectives".
He is leading several research investigations; and his own peer-reviewed articles are available across the Internet.
He established, owned, and operated CAMPUSToday Newspapers in North Carolina and circulated throughout campuses across North Carolina.
He hosted two television shows (RTN Cable Channel 10 and RTN Cable Channel 22) from 2005 to 2015 (10 years) and aired three nights every week for that period. He was member of that TV Station for 5 years (2000-2004) before airing his first show in 2005.
One of his highlight events was the Commencement Speech at Faith Bible College in 2000.
He has driven across the entire East Coast United States and several Central United States cities on his country-side adventures.
He has featured in Hyattsville, Maryland; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Jackson, Mississippi, Atlanta, Georgia; Durham, North Carolina; Silver Spring, Maryland; Fayetteville, North Carolina; Abuja, Nigeria; Port Harcourt, Nigeria; Lagos, Nigeria; Aba, Nigeria and several other locations.
He single-handedly wrote a book of 100 hymns many of which are already released to the public.
He composed the classical piece, "Magnificat".
He composed the classical piece, "Nunc Dimitis".
He composed the classical piece, "Open The Seal".
He is the president of several entities, sits on many boards, and mentors nonprofit leaders across multiple continents.
He is an expert in delegation.


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