Ph.D., Berne University, NH
DMin, Bakke Graduate University
MPh, New Covenant International, FL
MA, The Open University, Great Britain
Martine holds a Ph.D. in School Administration and Curriculum Supervision and a D.Min in Urban Transformational Leadership.
Director of Ph.D. Program; Associate Academic Dean
Martine Audéoud grew up in a French and spent over 30 years in Africa and Haiti.
Martine is married and, with her husband, adopted one child in Haiti and one child in Niger, West Africa. After having served for many years as Associate Director of the Masters and Doctoral Programs in Holistic Development and Transformational Leadership in a theological seminary in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, she has relocated to France to take care of her aging father and serves now – online – as the Associate Academic Dean and Ph.D. Program Director for Bakke Graduate University (www.bgu.edu). She is also an ordained pastor and has served with the Mennonite Missions Network for many years
Her passion is to serve global Christian leaders to become increasingly empowered transformational leaders for Christ’s kingdom, serving Him creatively and joyfully.
Martine’s passion is to serve global Christian leaders to become increasingly empowered transformational leaders for Christ’s kingdom, serving Him creatively and joyfully. Themes of research of the leaders she mentors include urban transformation, women in leadership, entrepreneurship, Christian service, and mission. One of her guiding Bible verses is: “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8 – NIV).
While experiencing the 2010-2011 Ivorian civil war, she co-led the development of a training curriculum in French on post-traumatic counseling. That curriculum is now being used by a French-speaking mission agency that operates mainly in Francophone Africa to train teams in post-traumatic counseling in challenging countries like Congo or Burkina Faso. Developing an accredited doctoral program in transformational leadership in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, made her realize that the core of her call is to empower African Christian leaders to be God-sent influencers in their countries and communities. She supervised many doctoral dissertations and continues to do so and thus she is always in awe at witnessing God’s beautiful creative work in and through the leaders she serves.
Read more books and papers by Martine: https://maudeoud.academia.edu/research#books
Martine is involved with the Lausanne Movement and other cross-denominational organizations. She is an active member of the Society of Christian Scholars where she serves regional networks of Christian scholars throughout the world.
Associate Academic Dean
Ph.D. Degree Program Director