Howard University Faculty


Anthony Wilbon


Anthony D. Wilbon, Ph.D., PMP

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Administration
Information Systems & Supply Chain Management


Dr. Anthony Wilbon's expertise is in strategic technology management. He is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Particular areas of research include technology strategy, quantitative analysis, information technology, and technology innovation and entrepreneurship. Research in sustainable environmental engineering through the integration of social, environmental, and economic considerations into systems design methods has also been explored through funded NOAA research projects. Dr. Wilbon has previously held positions at organizations such as the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and Booz Allen and Hamilton. His professional experience and capabilities extend to business, management, and technology related topics including systems application and technology, production and operations management, project management, systems development life cycle, and research methodology (quantitative and qualitative).

Areas of expertise

  • Technology strategy and management: strategic management, technology, and strategic planning for implementation of operational systems
  • Systems Development Life Cycle: systems development projects, project management software for development
  • Environmental Management: Integrated management in the environmental systems for decision support


  • Ph.D., Management of Science, Technology, and Innovation, The George Washington University, Washington, DC 1999
  • MBA, Management Howard University, Washington, DC 1990
  • B.S. , Electrical Engineering Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 1986

Courses Taught

  • Project Management (MBA)
  • Production and Operations Research (MBA)
  • Management Information Systems (undergrad)
  • Production and Operations Management (undergrad)

Selected Research

  • Morgan, A. (2016). Identity and the Health Information Consumer: The Case for Intersectionality. Health Systems Journal, Vol 5, No. 1, pp. 1-5.
  • Morgan, A., Meyers, Y., and Trauth, E. (2015). "Consumer demographics and Internet Based Health Information Search in the United States: The Intersectionality of Gender, Race, and Class." International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications, Vol 6, No. 1, pp. 58-72.
  • Morgan, A. and Trauth, E. (2013). "Socio Economic Influences on Health Information Searching in the United States: The Case of Diabetes". Information, Technology and People, Vol. 26 (4), pp. 324-346.
  • Meyers, Y. and Morgan, A. (2013). "Targeted Marketing and African-American Millennial Consumers." Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, Vol. 7, No.1, pp. 6- 17.
  • Kvasny, L., Trauth, E.M. and Morgan, A. (2009). "Power Relations and Information Technology: The Intersectionality of Gender, Race and Class." Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society. Vol.7, No. 2/3, pp. 96-118.


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