Jodie Curth-Bibb

Dr Jodie Curth-Bibb is an experienced program manager with The University of Queensland International Development with a 10-year track record in research and evaluation in development programs. In her current role she manages the Precinct Leadership Program, under the Pacific Leadership and Governance Precinct, a three-year program of courses, workshops and seminars tailored to the public policy and leadership needs of senior public servants in Papua New Guinea. Jodie is also a Lecturer and Senior Research Associate with the UQ School of Political Science and International Studies and her research is currently focussed on development effectiveness and innovative approaches to monitoring and evaluation in gender equality and gender-based violence programs, capacity development interventions and public sector reform. She is particularly interested in the relationship between violence (and its prevention) and development outcomes.

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Adaptive Leadership in Development (edX)

Gain the skills to be an adaptive leader in development and learn how to uncover local solutions to complex problems in developing countries. In order to get the most out of this course, we recommend that you have experience working in the development sector or a strong interest in this area.
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The Science and Practice of Sustainable Development (edX)

Learn the critical foundations of sustainable development and how to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals that are deeply interconnected in the field. This course introduces the origin and key concepts of sustainability and how to apply those to sustainable development practice. Sustainable development will be explored through theories [...]
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