Bellevue University Project Management Program Director Appointed Global Goodwill Ambassador (GGA) for Volunteer Work Around the World
It's an honor to have Dr. Emad Rahim on the Bellevue University faculty. He serves as the Kotouc Family Endowed Chair for the Project Management Center of Excellence and Associate Professor and Program Director of the BS and Master in Project Management degree programs.
Dr. Rahim has come a long way - his young life is defined by genocide, war, and becoming a refugee. Specifically, he's a genocide survivor and refugee of the Khmer Rouge Killing Fields of Cambodia.
Now, he's a TEDx Speaker, a Fulbright Scholar, and has earned advanced post-doctoral credentials from Harvard. His most recent win is his recognition by the United States as a Global Goodwill Ambassador for his volunteer work around the world with the Fulbright Association, Bellevue University, U.S. Department of State, and the Global Accreditation Center at the Project Management Institute.
If you're enrolled in either Bellevue University Project Management degree program, make sure to give Dr. Rahim recognition via email or social media.
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