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Board Co- Chair
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Detroit MI 48219 USA
Phone: 3135319331
Mobile: 3139992785
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Dr. Joseph Dabre Ramsey is an Adjunct Professor with the Department of Computer Science, Wayne State University, since 1997. Dr. Ramsey worked as the Department Information Technology Manager for the Detroit Water & Sewerage Department for 25 years. Before joining the Detroit Water & Sewerage Department, Dr. Ramsey was a Consultant in Medical and Business Systems, representing IBAX, a partnership of IBM & Baxter Pharmaceutical, for about four (4) years. 

Degrees:

  1. Bachelor of Science in Corporate Finance (BS), Wayne State University
  2. Post-Bachelor in Computer Science (PBS), Wayne State University
  3. Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Wayne State University.
  4. Doctorate of Philosophy in Information Systems (Ph.D.), Nova Southeastern University.

Certifications:

  1. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
  2. HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP).

Dr. Joseph D. Ramsey has extensive experience in various infrastructure projects ranging from water and sewerage constructions, utility industry computing environments, Accounting & Financial Systems, medical and business systems, including capital projects such as Secured Controls and Data Acquisitions (SCADA), Customer Information Systems (CIS), Meters, Oversight Construction & Engineering, etc.

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