Cole Genge (Ed.D. 2003) | Jenny Genge (M.Ed. 2001)

After several years in Bolivia, Cole and Jenny Genge moved to Bangkok, as Cole took a job in a regional environmental protection project in South East Asia. [12/07]

 

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James MacNeil (M.Ed. 2000)

James MacNeil is currently Vice President of the Asia and Special Projects Division at World Education, based in Boston and overseeing education and development programs in Nepal, Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and Laos. [Left - in Thailand]

 

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Silva Kurtisa (M. Ed. 2001)

It's so great to read all the messages about what folks have been doing during these past years! I graduated from CIE in 2001 and returned to Latvia to work as a director of an innovative Education department at the Liepaja City Council (a city of 100,000 people on the Baltic Sea coast). This position involved advancing educators' ideas, acting as a liaison between businesses, the federal and local governments, and educators, as well as submitting improvements for legislation.

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Flavia Ramos (M.Ed. 1989; Ed.D. 1999)

Flavia Ramos is currently Associate Director for the Center for International Studies in Educational Research and Development (CISERD) at Florida State University. Recent projects include a USAID “Reading for Ethiopia’s Achievement Developed Technical Assistance” (READ TA) Project in Ethiopia (2012-2017) and UNICEF “Early Grades Literacy Program for Tuvalu” (2013).

 

Other recent activities include USAID project evaluations in Paraguay, Liberia, Mozambique and Angola.

 

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Mary Lugton (M. Ed. 2001)

This spring, Mary applied for and received a one-year sabbatical from her current job working as a teacher trainer in English Language Development (ELD) for the West Contra Costa County Unified School District in the East Bay, CA.

 

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Phoebe McKinney (M. Ed. 2001)

I recently completed a three-year assignment in Liberia, where I worked for FHI 360 as the Senior Director for Teacher Education for the USAID-funded Liberian Teacher Training Program (LTTP).  Prior to that, I consulted for FHI 360 as a Fragility/Conflict Education Specialist for Educate a Child in Doha, Qatar for five months.

 

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Mohamed Ibrahim Elgadi (Ed.D. 2003)

For the past few years I was honored to coordinate the work of Amnesty International in Amherst and also served on the Human Rights Commission of Amherst Town. This continued to enable me to bring up the voice of the oppressed and help to organize grassroots campaigns on their behalf. Many good successful stories resulted from this work and at the same time some sad ones when we fail to rescue people on time (we recently lost to death three courageous human rights activists in the horrific prisons of Eritrea).  

 

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Tsoaledi Daniel Thobejane (Ed.D. 2004)

Dr. Thobejane is currently an Associate Professor in the Institute for Gender and Youth Studies and is also serving as the chairperson of the Research and Publications Committee in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Venda in South Arica. The University is situated in Thohoyandou, Limpopo province.

 

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