Dr. Samuel Tesunbi’s teaching career started, as an adjunct, at Montgomery College, Takoma Park, MD, in 1989—the same year he began his doctoral studies at Howard University, Washington, DC., the only higher learning institution in the world that boasts of housing the largest number of scholars of African descent. His full-time teaching career commenced 1995, as Assistant Professor at Howard Business School, following the conferment of a PhD, in 1994.
Prior to teaching (1989-1995), he served as the Acquisitions Editor of the Index to International Statistics, an imprint of the Congressional Information Service, Bethesda, MD.
Between 2000 and 2005, he added value to his teaching resume, by moving to the Gulf, where he designed and taught in the marketing, advertising, business communication programs of the American University in Dubai and American University of Sharjah.
In 2006, Dr. Tesunbi joined the American University of Nigeria, where he taught marketing and advertising courses for seven years, rising to the rank of Associate Professor in 2010. He has presented a number of conference papers in marketing, advertising and cloud computing in business, most of which have appeared in scholarly international journals.