Okey Igbonagwam

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
Doctor of Information Technology (DIT)

Dr. Okey Igbonagwam is an Ass. Professor of Computer Information Systems at Saint Leo University. Teaching philosophy based on selfless devotion to improving students’ knowledge skills; with strong academic and industrial background for real world experience coupled with core values of integrity, honesty, respect, professionalism, caring, teamwork, and stewardship. Dr. Igbonagwam retired from Lockheed Martin after 25 years in cooperate and defense entities. He served as a Technical Director, Principal Analyst and Engineer, Sr. Systems Engineer, and System Engineer in the following areas: computer engineering systems, architecture, Modeling & Simulation, software development, database development, C4I systems development, Cyber Operations and Information Security, logistics systems, and new technology insertion for the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, and Department of Homeland Security. He also worked for General Dynamic, and AT&T.

Education: Nova Southeastern University, College of Engineering and Computing, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Ph.D. Computer Information Systems,
Southern University, M.S. Information Systems; B.S. Computer Science