Carolyn Myers Zoduah
Carolyn Myers Zoduah is Program Manager for Genuine Democratic Alternatives, a policy research and advocacy think-tank promoting transparency and accountability in Liberia. Zoduah plans and coordinates the organization’s core programming and is involved in developing research proposals and coordinating research efforts on different policy issues such as corruption, budget tracking and natural resource management. As a fellow at the Siegel Institute for Leadership Ethics and Character at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, Zoduah hosted a series of roundtable discussions with leaders from the business, civil service, nonprofit, and education sectors to explore the state of transparency, accountability, and ethics in these four areas of work life. Upon returning home she worked on increasing government transparency and accountability in Liberia by influencing the full implementation of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption through civic engagement and community outreach initiatives.