Tegan Mosugu CV


PhD, Public & International Affairs, 2017 – 2021
MPhil, Organizational Dynamics, 2019 – 2020
Master of Public Administration & MSc, Global Affairs,
2013 – 2016
BA, History; Minor: Philosophy, 2010 – 2013

Additional Education

Research Areas

Teaching Experience

La Salle University

School Of Nursing & Health Sciences, Adjunct Professor, Global Health

University Of Pittsburgh

Cybersecurity Instructor

New York University

College Of Global Public Health, Teaching Assistant & Guest Lecturer

Select Publications

Kokiko, N., Kuhn, M., & Mosugu, T. (2021). Save Our Cities 2021: Building sustainable, resilient, and healthy cities by 2030 through prevention of and reduction in spread of disease. Health Science Journal.

Mosugu, T., Ijaja, J., & Zacchaeus, V. (2021). COVID-19, Mental Health, and Foreign Aid. Health Science Journal.

Mosugu, T. (2021). African Women Leaders in the 21st Century. African Journal of Gender and Women Studies.

Mosugu, T. (2021). An Evidence-Based Management Approach to HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. World Journal of AIDS. 

Books (Pre-Doctoral)

Nigeria, My People Cry (2015) 

Maximizing Health and Social Development in Africa (2015)


Best Graduate Student Paper – 38th Annual Global Studies Conference

38th Annual Global Studies Conference Sponsored By The Asian World Center, University Of Nebraska Omaha, And Creighton University.

NYU Africa House Thoyer Fellowship

Recipient Of A Grant To Conduct Political Economy Research On South Sudan.

D-Prize Semi-Finalist

Semi-Finalist For A $20,000 Social Innovation Grant To Distribute Praziquantel (Deworming Drug) In Nigeria.

New York University, Gallatin Global Fellowship In Human Rights

Awarded A Fellowship To Conduct Human Rights Research On HIV/AIDS In Nigeria.

Duke University, Sanford School Of Public Policy, Service Opportunity In Leadership

Grant To Conduct Adaptive Analysis Research On Resource Maximization At Homeless Shelters.

Sample Presentations

Center for Evidence Based Management: Evidence Based Management: A Tool for Mitigating Humanitarian Aid Risks.-2018

Global Health Conference Midwest 2018: A Global Decrease in Donor Assistance for HIV/AIDS: Implications for Nigeria & South Africa.”-2018

Cultural Studies Graduate Symposium at the University of Pittsburgh: “Comparative  Analysis of Culture & Infant Mortality in Nigeria & Egypt.”-2018

University of Pittsburgh, 2nd Annual Cultural Studies Graduate Symposium: “Lessons Learned – A Comparative Analysis of Culture & Infant Mortality in Nigeria & Egypt.”-2018

Association of Public Policy Analysis & Management: 38th Annual Fall Research Conference: Population Growth by 2050: Future Challenges in Public Management and Development.-2017 

2nd World Congress on Medical Sociology: “A Global Decrease in Donor Assistance.”-2017

Work Highlights


Malaria Vaccine Communications Consultant

VillageReach (Global)

Consulting Communications Manager, COVID-19 Vaccination

Graduate Institute Geneva

Junior Visiting Fellow

The END Fund (New York, NY & Nigeria)

Associate Director, Public Affairs

Independent Consulting

Independent Consulting

Nike Foundation, Girl Effect (Abuja, Nigeria)

Project Manager

Tides Inc. (New York, NY)

Program Manager, Community Initiatives And Global Partnerships

National Black Leadership Commission On Health (New York, NY)

Communications Associate

Center For The Right To Health (Abuja, Nigeria)

HIV/AIDS Fellow – NYU Gallatin Fellowship In Human Rights

Transparency International (New York, NY)

Project Consultant


English (Native), Nigerian Pidgin, French (Limited Working Proficiency)

Media Experience

Legal Status

Citizenship: United States Of America, Nigeria; Canadian Resident