- Board Candidates’ statements 2016
- CoDev’s September 15 Annual General Meeting features a presentation from Author, Actor and Playwright Carmen Aguirre
Download CoDevelopment Canada’s 2016 Annual Report and Financial Statements for the 2015-16 Fiscal year here: CoDev Annual Report 2016
There are 10 candidates running for the CoDev Board at this year’s AGM. Read their candidate statements here: Board Candidates’ statements 2016
Can’t make the meeting but still want to vote? You can download a proxy ballot here: CODEV PROXY BALLOT 2016. Fill it out and send it with a friend who is going to the meeting. Proxy ballots must be submitted to the registration table at the AGM before 6:30 P.M. September 15.
Review the minutes from the 2015 CoDev Annual General Meeting; CoDev AGM Minutes – 18 September 2015. They will need to be approved at the September 15, 2016 AGM.
The Board of Directors of CoDevelopment Canada is very pleased to announce the appointment of Kirsten Daub as CoDev’s new Executive Director. Kirsten has been acting ED since July 2015, while our ED Kathryn Janzen went on maternity leave.
Kathryn has decided not to return to CoDev so that she can spend more time with her son.
The Board thanks Kathryn for the skill, energy, and creativity she contributed during her time as ED, and wishes her all the best.
Kirsten brings her enthusiasm, depth of knowledge, and strong connections–to our Partners in the Latin America and Canada–to the Executive Director position. She has been a part of the CoDev team in various capacities since 2003, when she first arrived as a volunteer. She has since filled the roles of Education Program Director, Administrative Director, Café Etico Coordinator and most recently, ED. Kirsten is thrilled to take on this permanent role and continue working to build solidarity between CoDev’s Canadian and Latin American Partners. The Board is excited to continue working with Kirsten in this role as the permanent ED.
Building Partnerships for Global Justice
CoDevelopment Canada is a B.C.-based NGO that works for social change and global education in the Americas. Founded in 1985 by a group of activists who wanted to go beyond financial aid, CoDev builds partnerships between like-minded organizations in Canada and Latin America to foster learning, social change, and community empowerment. These partnerships educate Canadians about Latin America and allow them to directly support the region. Such connections build solidarity, mutual understanding and ultimately improve prospects for a fairer global order.