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Full name: 
Dr(Mrs) May Ifeoma Nwoye
Gender: 
Female
Academic
Qualifications: 
1. B.B.A. ACCOUNTING 2.M.B.P.A. FINANCE 3. Ph.D. Bus. Admin, with emphasis in MANAGEMENT 4. Certificate of Achievement in FUNDRAISING FUNDAMENTALS 5. Certificate in FINANCIAL INFO. PROTECTION & MANAGEMENT
About Me: 

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION

1.B.B.A. ACCOUNTING
2. M.B.P.A. FINANCE
3. Ph.D. Bus. Admin, with emphasis in MANAGEMENT
4. Certificate of Achievement in FUNDRAISING FUNDAMENTALS
5. Certificate in FINANCIAL INFO. PROTECTION & MANAGEMENT

International Recognition

  • Member: Advisory Board of Professional Women in the World, New York, USA
  • Inclusion in Marquis Who is Who in the World
Research
Selected Publications: 
  • Nwoye May Ifeoma (2006) Gender Responsive Entrepreneurial Economy for Nigeria: Enabling Women in A Disabling Environment. Journal of International Women’s Studies Vol. 9 #1 November 2007.
  • Nwoye May Ifeoma (2006) Informal Small – Scale Food Processing And Formal Science & Technology For Rural Women Entrepreneurs In Nigeria: A Linkage Perspective. Journal of Contemporary Issues. Published by National Association of Women Academics, Ambrose Ali University.
  • . Nwoye M. I. (2007) Human Capital Development: The Role of Reward system and Employee Motivation in State owned and Private Enterprises in Nigeria. Benin Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 15 no. 1 July pp28–44.
  • Nwoye May Ifeoma (2006) Taking Women to Task in a Gendered Economy: The Opportunity Cost Of Neglecting the Resources That African Woman Represents. Knowledge Review: a Multidisciplinary Journal of the National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge NAFAK/KR/VOL 12.1/006 Nigeria.
  • Nwoye May Ifeoma (2005) Privatization of Public Enterprises in Nigeria: The Views and Counterviews. Globalizacija : Journal for Political Theory and Research in Globalization, Development and Gender Issues. Women Center for Democracy and Human Rights, Serbia and Montemegro, Jan. 
  • Nwoye May Ifeoma (2005);: A Paradigm Shift in the Burden of Adjustment: Strategies for Integrating African Women into the Larger Economy. ACCOUNTING Journal of Nigerian Accounting Association 2002 ed. Pp 82-92
  • Nwoye May Ifeoma(2003): Investing for Retirement: Strategies for Managing Fiscal Weakness The Certified National Accountant, Journal of The National Accountants of Nigeria, Vol. 11, no. 1 Jan-March 2003, pp 47-51.
     
Contacts
Office Address: 
Bursary Department, University of Benin ,P.M.B. 1154, Benin City, Nigeria.

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