Dr. Edward Creppy has more than 10 years of experience in the fields of finance, accounting, and economics on both the national and international levels.
Past professional credits include auditing, accounting, and analyst positions at numerous banks and institutions in the U.S.—most notably for the NAFTA Commission for Labor Cooperation and the World Bank Group. Dr. Creppy has published multiple papers and World Bank reports related to coffee production and poverty in Africa. He has presented his research at American University in Washington, DC, and via the World Bank Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network in Bujumbura, Burundi.
Since 2003, Dr. Creppy has taught graduate-level courses in finance and economics at Strayer University’s Alexandria, VA Campus. He enjoys breaking down seemingly complex concepts into simple, digestible components—with real-world examples—to facilitate the learning process.
Dr. Creppy holds a Ph.D. and Master of Arts in Economics at American University, a Master of Business Administration in Finance at St. John’s University, and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the City University of New York.
He is currently earning a Master of Adult Education at Strayer University.