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Magdy Hussein

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Technology

School of Management

Degree Program Ph.D. Management

Dr. Magdy M. Hussein is a twice Award-Winning Judge by The Chief Learning Officer Magazine Educator, a CLO with Washington Center for Management, Leadership and Cybersecurity, a Scholar, an author, and a higher education executive.
Dr. Hussein is equipped with 25 years of engineering experience in broadcasting, IT, and medical equipment. He has 18 years of academic as a scholar and program developer in postgraduate and adult-learning institutions.

As a dedicated educator, he believes that teaching with a purpose makes a huge difference in many lives. Dr. H introduces the quality of education that equips the students with the knowledge that enable them to change the world. He teaches first-class real case studies that enhance students’ comprehension of actual challenges facing a company. He chaired many of the Masters’ thesis and Ph.D. dissertation committees. His students are either teaching in academia or successfully occupying remarkable professional positions.

Magdy led international teams during his work as an engineer. He learned how business culture determines the success or the failure of any project. He taught international students from nearly 20 nationalities. The mutual learning dynamic between him and students resulted in a long-term relationship, some are joint projects.

He values diversity as a powerful tool to ignite discussions and add new dimensions to others’ experiences. He respects others with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences that constitute modern society. Students with disabilities are no different for him than others except for their eligibility for more attention and extra care.
Dr. Hussein's public service includes volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America as a commissioner, He served as a board member with a national relief organization (Mercy – USA), and currently initiating a homeless shelter project to serve community members at the South Bay.
He earned his Ph.D. in Organizational Management from Capella University, an MBA in Global Management from Phenix University, and B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Helwan University.