Kahwa Douoguih

Kahwa Douoguih

  • Professor of Practice in Business


Kahwa Douoguih is an entrepreneur, economist and educator with a focus on sustainable economic development and the creation of resilient systems. Over the course of her career, Kahwa has created and grown businesses in the natural resource, energy and agribusiness sectors.  She has developed interactive modeling and scenario testing tools, harnessing the power of economics and data analytics for executive decision-making. 

Kahwa has a broad scope of international experience in Africa and the Americas in the areas of economics, development and finance at both public and private sector institutions including the Vale (Inco), Africa Finance Corporation, IMF and several start-up ventures. 

As a professor at Norwich, she is leveraging her international experience to help Norwich students develop a globalized perspective in business and entrepreneurship to prepare for an uncertain future.


Ph.D. Economics University of Maryland

M.S. Mineral Economics Colorado School of Mines

B.A. Economics Stanford University

Courses Taught

MG 319 International Dimensions of Business