Hello, thanks for dropping by to my page.
My name is Sam, Sam I am and I don’t like green eggs and ham.
I am a graduate student of Masters in Public Administration at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy at the University of Regina.
My undergraduate degree is Chemistry followed by a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration with honours. Chemistry and Physics were my love and will always be! I have also completed my Graduate Program in International Business with honors from Ontario’s first Community College – Centennial College, Scarborough. I have over six years of professional experience in banking and finance with CIBC.
Within the limitation of resoruces, I have made an attempt to travel various parts of the world to understand how policies can create and resolve complex issues. I am a firm believer in increasing one’s knowledge; therefore, I am pursuing my Masters in Public Administration at University of Regina.
I can say that I am a bilingual, or a trilingual as I can speak four different languages plus an elementary level proficiency in Spanish. With a hectic schedule of work and studies, I am trying my best to increase my Spanish skills by taking private lessons from a tutor from El Salvador.
It is said that we are not alone. Public Administration is not limited to North America; whether we like it or not, we have to deal with the rest of the world. Therefore, this website is an attempt to analyze complex policy issues with the global perspective. I have also published my previous academic papers and research on this website.
Please feel free to give your comment, ideas, and feedback.
~ Sam – Sam I am!