He is a graduate of Secondary Technical School Ovim where he holds the school all-time best academic result in WAEC. He earned BEng from FUT Owerri where he received the University Scholar awards four times. He is the only graduate of FUTO to have delivered its Commencement Lecture, and first to deliver the University Public Lecture, and the only person in the school history to have done both. In Johns Hopkins University, he held seven fellowships, and in 2017, he licensed a patent to the U.S. Government. A professor of engineering with 32 companies in his portfolio, Ndubuisi Ekekwe was Lead ASIC Designer on making the accelerometer used in an iPhone generation in ADI. He has been writing in Harvard Business Review since 2009.
He is the Lead Faculty of Tekedia Mini-MBA, working with more than 30 global thought-leaders and business executives.
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