Carla Clason-Hook (M.Ed. 1973; Ed.D. 1992)

I am now living in Cape Coral, Florida.  It has now been 8 years since I packed all my precious belongings, loaded a big truck and drove to Fort Myers, Fl.

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Phyllis Robinson (Ed.D. 1997)

Phyllis founded an organizational development and consulting firm called Courageous Crossings which provides training, coaching, leadership retreats, and teaches contemplative practices to aid development workers during their R&R from refugee hot spots to help reduce stress/burnout.

 

She has been living on the island of Maui since 2005 where she served on the Maui County Board of Water Supply for five years and served as Chair in her final year.

 

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Andrea S. Ayvazian (M.Ed. 1997; Ed.D. 2012)

Since completing her studies at CIE, Andrea has worked as a lecturer in the Department of Health Promotion and Policy, School of Public Health and Health Sciences at UMass Amherst.  Her areas of specialization include community health education in vulnerable populations; community-engaged research to reduce health disparities; learner-centered curriculum design and teaching; women’s reproductive health; and global health.

 

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Morongoe Ntloedibe-disele (M.Ed. 1994)

After leaving CIE, I worked at the WK Kellogg Foundation as a Visiting Professional for one year before returning to Botswana.  I then joined the University of Botswana as a part-time Lecturer while looking for something more interesting. (1994 -1997).  I later landed a position with a PACT project as OD Advisor and later on as Co-Director. (1995 – 1998)

 

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Judy K. Hofer (M.Ed. 1991)

Since graduating from CIE, Judy Hofer has spent her entire professional career immersed in literacy education. As a fresh graduate, she ran the Ware Adult Education Center, a site of The Literacy Project, where she started a lifelong journey of addressing the impacts of violence and trauma on learning, especially on women. To this day these first students remain her inspiration for having taken such personal risk in naming the violence they experienced and creating a video to encourage others to get support and speak out.

 

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Sherry Kane (M. Ed. 1996)

After many years working in communications, adult education and political action with the garment workers' union, Sherry now oversees an adult education program for the Consortium for Worker Education focusing on ESOL and computer literacy at various sites in New York City. 

 

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Duong van Thanh (Ed.D. 2004)

Duong van Thanh is currently an assistant professor at the SIT Graduate Institute as well as being the Country Director and the Academic Director for SIT Study Abroad, based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She has held these posts since 2008.  The program is a 16-credit training course that provides American students with exposure to different environmental and cultural sites of Viet Nam and Cambodia.

 

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Mark Protti (Ed.D. 1999)

Mark has been the Executive Director at the Institute for Training and Development (ITD) in Amherst since 2003 and has overseen the development and implementation of grants and programs totaling millions of dollars and reaching thousands of participants.  Prior to joining ITD, Mark served as director of training at Heifer International, where he oversaw training in more than 30 countries around the world. 

 

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Haleh Arbab (Ed.D. 1995)

Since graduating my career has focused on building systems that permit individuals, groups and institutions to gain knowledge and abilities to participate in constructive societal change.

 

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Yuri Kumagai (M.Ed. 1994; Ed.D. 2004)

Yuri had the following to say about “Life after CIE?”

 

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