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Championing Change: Christie Cozad Neuger returns to King's High

It was such a delight to welcome back Old Girl Christie Cozad Neuger to school recently to talk to our students and visit the King's High Cozad Neuger Library, named in honour of the very generous gift from Christie and her husband Win.

Christie attended King’s High from 1964-65, which had a profound impact on her life and career, having served as a pastor, chaplain, pastoral counsellor and professor, as well as being an accomplished author. 

We are always so pleased to welcome Christie and Win back to King's High from the United States so they can see their transformational support at first hand.

After she had spoken with some of our students on her specialist subject of Feminist Theology, Christie kindly donated some of her books on the same subject.  

Christie's journey embodies the Spirit of King's and her books, now proudly housed in the very library she and her husband played a pivotal role in founding, will continue to inspire future generations of Changemakers at King's High.