• Ep #034: Shawna Thomas, Romania 2002-2004

    March 13, 2018
    How much do you hate cold showers? Well, imagine having to start a fire to fuel your hot water heater each time you wanted to take a warm shower. Oh, and it’s also below freezing [...]
  • Ep #033: Julie Brown, Kawa Clothes, El Salvador 2014-2016

    March 6, 2018

    Julie Brown founded Kawa Clothes in Uganda, where she now works and lives. We talk about her service in El Salvador and how being a Peace Corps Volunteer compares to being Acting General Manager at Impact Water Global in Uganda. […]

  • Ep #032: Advocacy and Peace Corps Week

    February 27, 2018

    Peace Corps Week commemorates President Kennedy’s establishment of the Peace Corps on March 1, 1961. During this annual event, the Peace Corps community celebrates all the ways that Peace Corps makes a difference at home and abroad and renews its commitment to service. […]

  • Ep #031: Megan Riethmiller, Uganda 2015-2016

    February 20, 2018

    Megan Riethmiller wanted to serve in the Peace Corps since childhood, a dream that began in kindergarten with a pen pal who was serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya. Yet, her service in Uganda was marked by tragedy when she was sexually assaulted on her first day of teaching. This, however, is only part of her Peace Corps story.  […]

  • Ep #030: Jennie Davis, Senegal 2011-2013

    February 13, 2018

    Jennie served in the capital of the garden belt in Senegal. Her longest and most successful project was working with a local leather worker who made purses and other handicrafts. However, not all her projects worked out. Hear about Jennie’s successes and missteps, while navigating complex community and volunteer relationships. […]

Service Disrupted

Service Disrupted is a telling memoir of what went both right and wrong for volunteer Tyler Lloyd while serving in the Peace Corps in Burkina Faso.

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