Susan Nchubiri MM is a member of the Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic. She was born and raised in Kenya. Susan holds a Master’s degree in Global Affairs with a specialization in International Peace Studies from the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame - Indiana. She also holds a Master’s degree in Rural Sociology and Community Development from the University of Nairobi -Kenya.  

She has been missioned to Hong Kong, Haiti, and the US. In addition, she has been an ecumenical accompanier in Palestine and Israel with the World Council of Churches. Susan has previously worked as program director at various centers for women and youth in Kenya and Haiti, providing support and empowerment through skills training, micro-credit, self-help corps, and creating awareness on human rights, gender equality and rights of the child.  She also provided pastoral care to youth, prisoners and migrant workers in Hong Kong. Susan’s work focuses on community organizing, youth and women accompaniment, human rights and integral human development.  Currently, she is working at the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns in Washington DC, and her main areas of concern are Palestine–Israel, Haiti and migration.

Susan loves traveling and meeting new friends, keeping contact with old friends, watching movies and listening to music. She finds troubleshooting Information Technology issues most relaxing.



March 17, 2024

Fifth Sunday of Lent

The new covenant that has been written in our hearts is a law of love and care, not hate and punishment.

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