Academic Staff

  13 Feb 2017



Ibe Deborah Nwanne hails from Abiriba in Ohafia Local Government Area of Abia State. She is currently an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Educational Administration and Planning, Faculty of Education, Abia State University, Uturu, Nigeria. She joined the University in 2011 as a Graduate Assistant for having emerged as the best graduating Education student in 2009 with First Class Honours.

In 2014, she earned her Master of Education (M.Ed) with Distinction in Educational Administration and Planning from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria. Ibe Deborah Nwanne has served as a practicum coordinator, a reconciliation officer, and an assistant secretary in the department. She has taught a wide variety of undergraduate courses and has also supervised undergraduate research projects. She is a quantitative researcher and also has keen interest in qualitative research.


Core Interest               Human Resource Management

Other Interest             Professional Development of Teachers.

Understanding Organizational Justice and                                                                                                                                  Commitment in Schools.


Entrepreneurship Development.

Research Method       Quantitative Analysis




Management of Senior Secondary Education for Entrepreneurship Development in Aba Education Zone, Abia State, Nigeria. Dr. S. C Ugwoke, Ibe Deborah Nwanne, and Abdulrahaman Muhammed. International Journal of Educational Research. 12(2) 2013, 227-241.

Performance appraisal and labour relations practices as correlates of teachers’ professional commitment in public secondary schools in Abia State. Rev. (Dr) L. K Ejionueme and Ibe Deborah Nwanne. Journal of Education and Practice. 32(5) 2014, 97-103.

In-service training as a predictor of teacher commitment in secondary schools in Abia State, Nigeria. Ibe Deborah Nwanne. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences. 6(4) 2016, 149-161.


A Book of Readings

Improving human resource management practices: A challenge to Educational  Administrators of Secondary Schools in Nigeria. L. K Nwokocha Ph.D, Ibe Deborah Nwanne, and B. E Afianmagbon Ph.D. Current Issues in 21st Century Nigeria Education. 2015,195-201.


Membership of Professional Bodies

Member of Nigerian Association of Educational Administration & Planning (NAEAP)

Member of Common Wealth Council for Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM)



Office                  Room 2B IDEA Block Extension, Abia State University, Uturu.

Telephone           08060546199