Dr. Doreen Nyaa Amundam
Module Leader and Lecturer
Doreen studied at Cardiff Metropolitan University for both her MBA (International Business) and PhD in Social Entrepreneurship. She obtained her BA and MSc in Business Management and Economics from Yaoundé University II –Cameroon.
Doreen has held responsibilities in a number of academic roles and joined the UWTSD in 2018. She is a Business Management Lecturer and leads several modules at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Birmingham Campus. Doreen has taught Business Management modules in a number of universities in the UK. She currently offers supervision to DBA and PhD students. Her research work has been published in Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, British Library EThOS and Nyaa Publishers.
Doreen has many years of industry experience as a business development professional. She is currently the Chief Operating Officer of Nyaa and Partners, a private limited company that specialises in Publishing, Education and Agriculture.
Fellow, Higher Education Academy
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
- Social entrepreneurship
- Business Strategy
- Corporate Social Responsibility/Corporate Citizenship
- Economic growth
Amundam, D.N. (2019). Enhancing potential social innovative thinking, responsible, social entrepreneurship education: A curriculum content and teaching method model. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 22(5).
Amundam, D.N., 2018. Creating responsible social entrepreneurs and maintaining the social status of social enterprises: Opinions from social entrepreneurship instructors. Nyaa Publishers, pp.1-18.
Nyaa, A.D., 2019. Enhancing social innovative thinking and responsible social entrepreneurship. Wales NEXUS Conference, 10-12 July 2019. Wales : UK
Nyaa, A.D., 2017. The Role of Business Schools in Educating Social Entrepreneurs: An exploratory study of UK business schools. Ph.D thesis. Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Nyaa, A.D., 2016. The Role of Business Schools in Educating Social Entrepreneurs: An exploratory study of UK business schools: Social Entrepreneurship as a vehicle for Change. Goldsmith University of London Art Festival Conference. London: UK