Zed McGladdery, BProc
Zed McGladdery received his BProc in law from the University of Natal, a postgraduate diploma in education from the University of South Africa, and an honors degree in African studies at the University of Cape Town. He worked with the SIT Cape Town program from 1995 to 2006 and has served as the academic director of this program since fall 2006.
Born in Zimbabwe, Zed has lived in South Africa for more than 20 years and has experienced the change from colonialism to democracy. His teaching experience includes courses on “street law” for homeless orphans, high school English (as a first and second language), and accounting and business economics. Zed also served as deputy principal at a socioeconomically challenged school in Simon’s Town. His education abroad publications focus on host-student interactions in study abroad and teaching racialization. He has presented at the International Education South Africa Conference, and he recently volunteered with African Health Placements, a nonprofit that places medical practitioners in underserved communities, to assist with their orientation program.
- BProc, University of Natal