An exploration of the traits that constantly rate the Brazos Valley area of Texas (home to Texas A&M University) as a rewarding destination for international business investment. (Excerpts) 09:30
A presentation at the Transformational Teaching & Learning Conference for university faculty, sharing some pedagogical methods in my teaching style that have proven effective in enhancing student engagement, inclusion, participation and motivation. 08:41
"How do you work toward a common good? Tony Okoromadu talks through unique stories from his early life, how he teaches his students a global mindset, and how you can create an immeasurable impact on those around you." 35:37
Pecha Kucha 20x20: "Random everyday objects and events that prompt a throwback to some experience in Tony Okoromadu's life, provoking deeper introspection than would have been expected." 06:44
A Treasure Runs Through It
An exploration of factors that grant the Brazos Valley considerable comparative advantage as a destination for foreign direct investment and international business. Delivered to the Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation (BVEDC) 2020 Business Summit, attended by current and potential investors, domestic and international. This short video contains the presentation's opening section.
Brazos Valley is a region of Texas comprising seven counties. It is conveniently located as a hub within the so-called Texas Triangle, the geometrical shape traced by the locations of four of the state's major cities: Houston, San Antonio, Austin and Dallas/Fort Worth. It consistently vies as one of the leading destinations for national and international businesses, and some of its key and emerging industries are: defense, life sciences, advanced manufacturing and applied R&D. It is home to multinationals such as FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies.