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An Award-winning Non-profit Newsroom That Specializes In Storytelling Innovation Coda Story brings continuity, context and depth to coverage of the crises that shape our world. In music, a coda is a distinctive passage, usually towards the end, which defines the entire composition. In journalism, Coda is a stand-alone voice that helps to define a crisis.
Morag Burnett has worked with international NGOs and foundations for over 20 years in Honduras, the Dominican Republic, New York, Edinburgh, Mexico City and London. She currently lives in Tbilisi, from where she consults on governance, organisational change and strategy. She's deputy chair of the innovative, London-based Lankelly Chase foundation. Morag started her career in arts management, working with the Edinburgh International Festival and Riverside Studios.
Life before Coda: multimedia journalist at Forbes Georgia and Eurasianet, has produced for the Dutch national broadcaster NOS, and was community builder at UNDP and Edgeryders.
Nino is a social activist and tech evangelist. She is passionate about the use of modern technologies and innovations for social good and economic transition. Over the course of the nine eight years she has worked at public, private and non-profit sectors to establish and lead multiple community initiatives, large scale events, women and youth empowerment programs, educational initiatives and tech-enabled peace-building engagements in several countries. Nino is actively involved in the startup scenery of Georgia, as a team member or social enterprises or mentor for other young entrepreneurs. Together with Google, she has been leading the GDG and Women Techmakers communities in Georgia to support development of the tech ecosystem and empower Georgian girls and women in the field of STEM.