Check out what our Alumni have been up to!

Graduate Receives Award for TV Comedy

Jackie Lidubwi (Global Change Leaders, 2017) is a television producer for Kenya Broadcasting Company (KBC). Her goal is to create platforms for women, youth, and people with disabilities. Some of her recent producing credits include “Abled Differently” – a...

Women for Women

The Women Research Fellowship offers Coady graduates an opportunity to return to the Institute’s campus to carry out action-research and community projects connected to their work at home.

New! Coady Innovation Series

Coady Teaching Staff member Julien Landry has contributed the latest work in the series with an Innovative Practice; Participatory, Accountable, and Inclusive Governance in Practice: A Collection of Participedia Case Studies by Coady Graduates.

Participant Wins at National Honey Show

Cecil Wilson is a current participant in Coady’s Diploma in Development Leadership program. He is the Country Coordinator for Universal Outreach Foundation and co-owner of Liberia Pure Honey.

Ave Maria in Cree

Rhonda Head is a participant in Coady’s Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program. She is an event planner, a brain tumor survivor, and a five-time international classical award-winning artist.

Lifelong Learning and the Fight for Social Justice

Reflecting on her relationship with Coady – first as a student, then as a member of its advisory board, and now as its seventh Coady Chair in Social Justice Sadi says, “The work of Coady is highly regarded in South Africa.”

Salome Nduta Mbugua to Receive Human Rights Award

Salome Nduta Mbugua (Global Change Leaders, 2016), a Protection Officer for the National Coalition of Human Rights Defenders in Kenya will be awarded the inaugural Scottish Bar International Human Rights Award at a ceremony in Edinburg this November.