Professor Prince A. Ordu, Chaplain, CPM, PhD.
Prince Ordu is currently employed as a Professor of Health Services Administration at Strayer University and Ashford University. He is the Chief Excutive Officer of Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Leadership (ETLL), a consulting firm owned by him and his wife. In this capacity, he develops effective strategies for the overall management and operation of the organization, and consults with other organizations on health and human services. Previously, Dr. Ordu was Professor of Health Science/Head of Department at Novena University, Delta State, Nigeria. He was the Program Chair/Professor of Healthcare Management with American Intercontinental University, Atlanta Campus, Georgia, USA.
Professor Ordu is a healthcare consultant, fundraiser, certified trainer/manager, HIV/AIDS instructor, motivational speaker and he also designs and conducts professional development workshops. He published a book entitled, Administrative Management Problems in Selected Hospitals in Rivers State, Nigeria in 2009 which is modeled after his doctoral dissertation. He has also published professional articles and book reviews. Professor Ordu frequently presents nationally and internationally at professional conferences. He has lectured extensively on healthcare, political management, leadership, and management development.
In addition, he is an award – winning scholar and educator. He is an award winner of the 1996 Who’s Who Among American Professionals award and the recipient of the “Professor Of The Year 2010” by Aladinma Association Ozuzu Etche Rivers State, Nigeria.
Professor Ordu is the award winner of 2009 Walden University Distinguished Alumni Award, the first person of African descent to receive this national award. . Other awards include the American Intercontinental University Academic Leadership Award (2009) bestowed at the Commitment to Excellence International Conference held in Nassau, Bahamas and the Student Success Award (2008).
Also he was the Chairman, Health Committee (People’s Democratic Party of Nigeria, USA) 1999-2008, Advisory Board Member, National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) Board Member, Rivers State Foundation. Rivers State Foundation Activities: Vice-Chair of Ethics Committee, Vice-Chair of Communications Committee and Member of Health Committee, Executive President, Rivers State Association of Georgia, President, Etche American Foundation, Inc., Georgia Chapter, OGBUGA of Etche American Foundation, USA. Professor Ordu has been featured on the official website of Walden University (his alma mater). He has also served on the board of the Nigerian HIV/AIDS Foundation and Community Management Associates. In addition, he is presently a board member of the National Association of Health Services Executives, the Chairman, PDP USA, Atlanta, Georgia and Chief of Protocols, GDI WorldWide North America. He is also a Founding Member of Atlanta Branch, People’s Club of Nigeria International.
His past and present membership in organizations includes, but is not limited to: Georgia Association of Healthcare Executives, American Association of Healthcare Consultants, American Management Association, Global Health Council, World Safety Organization, American, Academy of Medical Administrators and American College of Healthcare Administrators.
Professor Ordu’s most recent presentations on the topic of health care: He was invited to present at the American Academy of Professional Coders Conference in Marietta, Georgia (March 2018). The presentation topic was Top Trends in Healthcare for the 21st Century. In addition, he recently provided a presentation on Human Trafficking at the Strayer University Public Policy Symposium in Morrow, Georgia the same year. He believes that “Every Encounter Is An Opportunity.”
August 2014, awarded Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters, CICA International University & Seminary.
September 2014, appointed as Secretary, Global Opus Dei University and Seminary-GODS University.
Member World Changers Ministries; member Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; 2000-2013, Vice Chair, 5th Congressional District, Georgia Republican Party
Volunteer with Mosaic Advisors, teaching youth financial principles.
I have one daughter, Rashida Winfrey and one granddaughter, Ryan Winfrey.