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Ray Vander Zaag

Associate Professor of International Development Studies

Canadian Mennonite University

HQ Phone:  (519) 884-3810

Email: r***@***.ca

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Canadian Mennonite University

500 Shaftesbury Boulevard

Winnipeg, Manitoba,R3P 2N2

Canada

Company Description

CMU is an innovative Christian university, rooted in the Anabaptist Mennonite tradition, moved and transformed by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Through teaching, research and service CMU inspires and equips women and men for lives of service, leaders...more

Background Information

Employment History

Project Officer In the Southeast Asia Regional Program

Canadian International Development Agency


Associate, Associate Dean, Program, Program

Canadian Mennonite University


Country Director, Project Developer

Christian Reformed World Relief Committee


Affiliations

World Renew

Volunteer Representative


MCIC

Member of Executive Committee


Education

Michigan State University


B.Sc.

Biology

Calvin College


M.A.

International Affairs ( Development Studies )

Carleton University


Ph.D.

Geography

Carleton University


Web References(55 Total References)


Ray Vander Zaag | Faculty & Staff | CMU

www.cmu.ca [cached]

Ray Vander Zaag
Ray Vander Zaag Associate Prof., International Development Studies; Associate Dean, Program; Program Coord. for MA-Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development Program(s) Ray has been teaching at CMU since 2000, primarily at the Shaftesbury campus but also at Menno Simons College (at the University of Winnipeg campus). Ray was raised on a potato farm in south-central Ontario. After graduating from Calvin College (B.Sc. - Biology) and Michigan State University (M.Sc. - Crop and Soil Sciences), he went to work in Haiti with the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (now World Renew). During the first five years in Haiti, he worked in a rural community development program, supporting local staff and community groups involved in agriculture, reforestation, cooperative, literacy, water, and leadership activities. The next three years he was located in Port-au-Prince as Country Director for CRWRC programs in Haiti. Returning to Canada, he earned an M.A. in International Affairs (Development Studies) and a Ph.D. (Geography) at Carleton University. His dissertation involved 11 months of field research on NGO/local community relations in rural Haiti. Ray then worked for a year for the Canadian International Development Agency as a project officer in the Southeast Asia Regional Program before joining CMU's faculty in 2000. Ray's applied development experiences have been focused in Haiti, where he has lead or participated in a number of evaluations, planning workshops and fact-finding missions. Ray is the volunteer representative of World Renew to the Manitoba Council for International Cooperation (MCIC). In 2011, he was elected to MCIC's board, and was a member of its Executive Committee from 2013 to 2016. Ray is a Council member and occasional lay preacher at his church, Good News Fellowship CRC. He is also an active participant in the Saturday morning pick-up hockey games when the outdoor rinks are open.


Faculty | About CMU | CMU

www.cmu.ca [cached]

Ray Vander Zaag
Ray Vander Zaag Associate Prof., International Development Studies; Associate Dean, Program; Program Coord. for MA-Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development


An invitation to kindness and generosity - Mennonite Brethren Herald Mennonite Brethren Herald

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Kevin Wiebe, pastor New Life Christian Fellowship (NLCF), an Evangelical Mennonite Conference (EMC) church in Tilbury, Ont., interviews Anabaptist theologians and practitioners like Shane Claiborne and Ronald Sider, Canadian Mennonite University development studies professor Ray Vander Zaag and Canadian pastors and social service workers on the topic of poverty, theology and the church.


Ray Vander Zaag | Faculty & Staff | CMU

www.cmu.ca [cached]

Ray Vander Zaag
Assistant Professor of International Development Studies; Director of Redekop School of Business Ray Vander Zaag Program(s): Ray has been teaching at CMU since 2000, primarily at the Shaftesbury campus but also at Menno Simons College (at the University of Winnipeg campus). Ray was raised on a potato farm in south-central Ontario. After graduating from Calvin College (B.Sc. - Biology) and Michigan State University (M.Sc. - Crop and Soil Sciences), he went to work in Haiti with the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (now World Renew). During the first five years in Haiti, he worked in a rural community development program, supporting local staff and community groups involved in agriculture, reforestation, cooperative, literacy, water, and leadership activities. The next three years he was located in Port-au-Prince as Country Director for CRWRC programs in Haiti. Returning to Canada, he earned an M.A. in International Affairs (Development Studies) and a Ph.D. (Geography) at Carleton University. His dissertation involved 11 months of field research on NGO/local community relations in rural Haiti. Ray then worked for a year for the Canadian International Development Agency as a project officer in the Southeast Asia Regional Program before joining CMU's faculty in 2000. Ray's applied development experiences have been focused in Haiti, where he has lead or participated in a number of evaluations, planning workshops and fact-finding missions. Ray is the volunteer representative of World Renew to the Manitoba Council for International Cooperation (MCIC). In 2011, he was elected to MCIC's board, and serves on its Executive Committee. Ray is the Finance Team leader and occasional lay preacher at his church, Good News Fellowship CRC. He is also an active participant in the Saturday morning pick-up hockey games when the outdoor rinks are open.


Faculty | International Development Studies | CMU

www.cmu.ca [cached]

Ray Vander Zaag
Ray Vander Zaag Assistant Professor of International Development Studies; Director of Redekop School of Business


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