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Andrew Rahaman Adjunct Professorial Lect Department of Public Administration and Policy


Dr. Rahaman has over 25 years working nationally and internationally in diverse leadership positions building teams to design and implement both technical projects and overseeing geographically dispersed programs in a variety of private and government positions. His Federal career includes the Dept. of Defense, Dept. of State, Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Dr. Rahaman is a faculty member at American University (AU) in the School of Public Affairs and in their Key Executive Leadership Development Program where he facilitates leadership development for senior leader and is an executive coach. He also teaches graduate level courses such as “Leadership for a Changing World,” “Team Facilitation for Organizational Performance,” and “Organizational Change and Diagnosis.” Andrew is an adjunct senior faculty member and coach with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) facilitating leadership development, change management strategy, and team development in the US and abroad. He has a broad array of clients to include: PVH, Social Impact, DOD, US Secret Service, Health and Human Services, Dept. of Homeland Security, Royal Bank of Canada, US Department of Agriculture, SIMA and others.

Andrew is an ICF certified executive leadership coach with American University and the Center for Creative Leadership. In 2015 he partnered with individual executives for over 400 hours of 1 to one coaching. As a facilitator and coach, he believes best-in-class organizations require leadership capabilities that support their strategic plan. His proactive, goal oriented approach focuses on high performance leaders who want to develop a strategic leadership point of view that aligns with the organizations business imperatives, culture, organizational design and talent needs to foster direction, alignment and commitment across the organization. Andrew partners with clients to transform awareness and perspectives in the areas of leading and developing themselves to build and lead global teams toward organizational performance across boundaries that shape the organization’s future.

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