A native of Harlem, NY, I was educated in Japan, Puerto Rico and New Jersey prior to attending Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School. Having worked for two New York State governors and the Mayor of the City of New York, I also worked as an international lawyer with extensive work throughout Africa and the Caribbean prior to entering academia where I have taught at the School for International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, John Jay College, Pace University and Metropolitan College of New York. I am currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Administration.
A.B. and J.D.
AB -Dartmouth College J.D. – Harvard Law School
Article on â€œRace and the Presidencyâ€ published in the Fall 2015 issue of Black Noir Renaissance Magazine (NYU). Review of â€œIsland at Warâ€ published in Wadabagei in the Fall of 2015.
Author of two published novels, “The Pride” and “What You Sow”. Author of the Point of View contemporary column blog â€“ www.thewallaceford.com â€“ now read in over 60 countries.
Area of Expertise:
The law, political analysis, Â history and key elements of government in the United States â€“ federal, state and local