President & Chief Executive Officer, The African Network
Dr. Iwuh is a co-founder of The African Network (TAN) and served as TAN’s Director of Public Relations and
Communication till April 2006. He was a co-chair of TAN’s inaugural conference, TANCon, held in 2006. He led
the Sponsorship & Affiliation Committee until he became the President and Chief Executive Officer in January,
2008. In collaboration with a TAN Advisory Board member, Dr. Frank Greene, he developed the Leadership Economic
Development Program for sub-Saharan African countries.
Dr. Iwuh works as an engineer and engineering consultant in the Biotech and Bio-Pharmaceutical industries and consulting firms
since 1999. He is currently a Validation Engineering Subject Matter Expert (SME) Consultant with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)
Pharmaceutical in Memphis, Tennessee. He sits on the Board of corporations and non-profit organizations. Paschal is
also a Commissioner of Consumer Affairs in Alameda County, California.
Dr. Iwuh has a PhD in Business Organization & Management from Capella University, Minneapolis, MN; a Master of Science
degree in Chemical Engineering from the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary; a Bachelor of Science degree in
Petroleum Engineering (first in his class) from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and a Business Administration
Certificate (with Distinction) from University of California, Berkeley.
|Paschal Iwuh, PhD|
|Lead, Mobile Banking and Services Panel TANCon 2010|