Dr. Narendra K. Rustagi, Executive Director.

Prof Narendra RustagiDr. Narendra K. Rustagi is Professor and Chair of the Department of Information Systems and Decision Sciences at the Howard University School of Business. Dr. Rustagi is professionally very active both at Howard and at professional organizations. He was a co-author of the grant to start online programs at the Howard University. He was a member of the review team to review program at the Kogi State University and also helped in the development of program at their School of Business. He was a co-chair of the committee to establish Howard’s distance education policy and Campus coordinator of the eCollege grant for starting online programs at Howard. He is also founding president of the Global Digital Business Association and is actively working on strategies for efficient delivery of higher education. He has been invited to deliver keynote addresses at international conferences, served as the Head Editor for the World Business Review Education system for World Business Review hosted by the former Secretary of State General Alexander Haig during 2006-08 and is on their Panel of Experts. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Delhi, and Master of Applied Statistics and doctorate from The Ohio State University.

Dr. R.C. Saravanabhavan, President.

R.C. Saravanabhavan, Ed. D. is an esteemed tenured professor in the Department of Educational Administration & Policy at Howard University School of Education.  Dr. Saravanabhavan has achieved national and global recognition in higher education with emphasis in special populations.    For more than 35 years, Dr. Saravanabhavan has dedicated his professional career, expertise and talent in the academic environment as a teacher, researcher and  administrator  spanning  three  continents – Asia,  Africa and America.  It is noteworthy that Dr. Saravanabhavan has worked with people from diverse cultural and language groups including the Native Americans, Hispanic, Asians, Africans and African Americans.  Through committed academic leadership he has served Howard University School of Education administratively in the capacity of Dean, Associate Dean, Director of Graduate Studies; and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Negro Education. Dr. Saravanabhavan has published numerous research reports, manuals, books, and articles in areas relative to: disability and under-served populations, and the impact of globalization on school leadership preparation.