Born and raised in East Germany, Zuza earned a master’s degree at UT–Austin in the 1980s. In Boulder she has been an educator for over 20 years at private and bilingual schools. She has also been a very active volunteer in a number of Boulder County non-profits, was the UNA regional representative for the Rocky Mountain region 2014-2016, and has been playing a leadership role in many local, regional and international non-profit initiatives, such as: Boulder Sister City Alliance, Boulder- Jalapa Friendship City Projects, Boulder Council for International Visitors, Womens Collaborative of Boulder County, UN Women, Americas for Conservation + the Arts, Americas Latino Eco Festival, World Foundation for the United Nations Association. Zuza’s strength is community outreach and building partnerships.
Doug is an instructor at CU Boulder in history and international affairs, and serves as Faculty-in-Residence for the Baker Residential Academic Program. He is especially interested in the refugee initiatives of our chapter.
Susanne is an adjunct faculty member in anthropology at the University of Wyoming, and a resident fellow in the Center for Media, Religion and Culture (CMRC), at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Cori is a CU Boulder graduate with a degree in International Affairs. She works on membership and outreach, serves as secretary to the Executive committee, and is a member of the Fundraising Committee. Cori's primary focuses include website maintenance and improvement, social media management and content, and membership related work.
A native of Ethiopia, Tinbet has lived in Côte d’Ivoire, where she ran her own business in African antiques, and in Liberia, Yemen, Kenya, and Switzerland. She has worked in Boulder public schools. She travels extensively with her husband, Carl, who works in polio eradication.