International development researcher with six years of experience translating economic and foreign policy materials into recommendations and presentations for key stakeholders and diverse audiences. Published original research on global economics, governance, and energy policies in Ghana.
Concentrations: International Relations, American Government and Political Behavior
Recognized "Rising Star in the Social Sciences," Howard University (2014)
Major: International Relations, American Government and Political Behavior
Gamble, M. 2014. "Ghana's Black Gold Rush: Analyzing the Effects of Globalization, Political Leadership, Insecurity, and Oil on Development and Unemployment from 1960-Present." Proquest/UMI Publishing.
Braxton, Y., Gamble, M., Tate, B., Williams, M. 2009. "Political Integration of Afro-Caribbean and African Immigrants in Harris County, Texas." AllAcademic.com
“Resource Rush,” Women in Research talk. Women's Leadership Institute, Auburn University. Auburn, AL (March, 2015)
“Globalizing Ghana's Oil Discovery,” Annual Interdisciplinary Research Symposium, Howard University, Washington, D.C. (April, 2014)
“Peace through Personal and Community Transformation or Love: A critical analysis of African Development Paradigms,” Conference of Third World Studies, Savannah, GA (October, 2010)
“Political Integration of Afro-Caribbean and African Immigrants of the Diaspora,” National Conference of Black Political Scientists, Atlanta, GA (March, 2009)
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