Dr. Philip Udo-Inyang, Ph.D., P.E.
Dr. Philip Udo-Inyang, has been a member of AFRICOM-Philadelphia since 2004. During this time he has served the organization in various committees, and chaired the Executive Council as the President/COO of AFRICOM for two consecutive 2-year terms (2006-2010).
During his tenure, AFRICOM’s inaugural Board of Directors was established, level of membership increased, the bylaws (constitution) was revised and elections were conducted regularly per the requirements in the bylaws. Many social and welfare programs were established, functioning effectively to uplift the lives of the less fortunate members of our communities. Support was provided to all members and non-members of AFRICOM in the African and Caribbean communities. Some community organizations were empowered with assistance in organizational structure and/or financial proficiency. Our flagship program, the annual African & Caribbean Health Fair, with its conjugate AFRICOM Soccer Tournament, continued into its 10th episode in August, 2010, with many more organizations and providers participating. Dr. Udo-Inyang was elected to serve 2 years on the Board of Directors of AFRICOM starting last January, so as to continue his community/humanitarian service in the Delaware Valley.

Dr. Udo-Inyang, a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Pennsylvania, is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering in Civil & Environmental Engineering Department in the College of Engineering at Temple University, with primary responsibilities in teaching, conducting research, developing academic curricula and facilities, and serving the university and the engineering profession at various levels. He previously served as the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department Chair, and Chairman of the Collegial Assembly (faculty governance body).

Dr. Udo-Inyang came to AFRICOM through his membership in the Nigerian Peoples Forum (NPF). In NPF, he has served as the Delaware Valley Chapter Treasurer and then the Chapter Chairman.

Professionally, he is active in the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), in which he has served in various capacities including two terms as the President (2000, 2007) for the Philadelphia Chapter of Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE).