Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Warren Alexander Albert graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park in May of 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in African American Studies with a concentration in Public Policy. While at UMD he won the John and Ida B Slaughter scholarship award. He was a research assistant and research intern for Dr George Kintiba while at UMD. He made the dean’s list every semester he was in African American Studies. He was suppose to work with local governments in Ghana through the Boren Scholarship. Covid ended those plans. He applied to the MPA program at UGA and was accepted. He is currently in the program. During his year off he did consulting work, tutoring, and part time jobs.


B.A. African American Studies. University of Maryland/ College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Class of 2020

Educational Experiences

I was a research assistant from spring of 2018 to fall of 2019. I helped research the conflict over minerals in the DRC and how it has affected the nation. In the summer of 2019 I was a research intern for a study on Black Inventors. We summarized the history of notable Black Inventors throughout history.

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Career Goals

I would like to join the US State Department, UN or IGO. If selected for the US State Department, I would like to become a foreign service officer and eventually become an ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo or another West African nation.

Relevant Work Experience

I did consulting work with an engineering tech company in October of 2020. We tested public safety systems for Augusta-Richmond County law enforcement, fire department and EMS.

Honors, Awards, and Achievements

Dean’s list 5 times
John and Ida B Slaughter Award

Research Interests

I am interested in West African governments, US state Department bureaucracy and State government.