Dr. Anthony Omerikwa

Adjunct Faculty at ESAMI

Dr. Omerikwa is a seasoned Public Service Professional with over 23 years of experience in Research, Organization Development, Policy Formulation and Social Protection.





  • Doctor of Philosophy – Human Resource & Organization Development and Qualitative Research Methods.
  • Omerikwa, O. A. (2011). Review of ‘Unheard voices: Community organizations and service learning’. Adult Education Quarterly, 61(4), 399-400.
  • Sandmann, L. R., Kliewer, B., Omerikwa, O. A. & Kim, J. (2010). Toward Understanding Reciprocity in Community‐University Partnerships: An Analysis of Select Theories of Power. In J. Keshen, B.  Moely & B. Holland (Ed.), Research for What? Making Engaged Scholarship Matter (pp. 3-24). Los Angeles: IAP Information Age Publishers.
  • Omerikwa, O. A. (2010). Community Engaged Scholarship: A phenomenological exploration of faculty perspectives of Reciprocity and Mutuality. Adult Education Research Symposium- University of Georgia 2010.
  • Omerikwa, O. A. (2010). Optimizing Urban Community Policing Through the Praxis of Community Engaged Scholarship. Educational Forum for Globalization on Culture, Research and teaching University of Georgia 2010.
  • Omerikwa, O. A., Sandmann, L. R.,  Kliewer, B., & Kim, J. (2009). Who Has the Power?  Issues of Power in Community-University Partnerships. The American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) National Conference, Cleveland, OH, 2009.
  • Omerikwa, O. A. (2009). The engagement in engaged scholarship: An exploration of grant-funded community engaged projects. Adult Education Research Symposium- University of Georgia 2009.