Steve Nwabuzor is from Ika North-East Local Government Area of Delta State. He had his education at the University of Ibadan and at the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, UK, from where he obtained the Ph.D. degree in Engineering Hydrology.
Dr. Nwabuzor's interest in the political dynamics of Nigeria and world geo-politics has been a long-standing one. He was a member of the students' representative council of the University of Ibadan (74/75) and has continuously contributed to various news magazines and e-journals on topical issues about Nigeria and the world.
Dr. Nwabuzor has a fluid understanding of the Nigerian socio-political milieu, having worked and lived amongst various Nigerian groups. He was attached to the New Nigerian Development Corporation (NNDC) Kaduna during his NYSC year; was a Senior Research Officer with the National Cereals Research Institute, Ibadan and Bida; was the pioneer head of the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources at the University of Lagos, Abeokuta. Later, he became the pioneer coordinator of the Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Mechanization at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Dr. Nwabuzor taught at Wayne State University's Civil and Environmental Engineering Department in Detroit, Michigan before venturing into consulting engineering services. He was a member of the Environmental Resources Committee of the Consulting Engineering Council of Michigan (1992-1996). He belongs to many professional environmental engineering associations, and was the pioneer treasurer of the Hydrological Sciences Association of Nigeria. Currently, he is the President and CEO of Earth Engineers and Scientists, Inc., (EES) a geotechnical/environmental consulting firm based in Michigan.
Apart from his vigorous exertions in the secular world, Dr. Nwabuzor is also an ordained minister of God. He is a Pastor of a church in Michigan and currently secretary of the Midwest zone (Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Texas, Georgia and Florida) of the US Sub-Conference of the Holy Order of Cherubim and Seraphim Church Movement. He is married with three children.