Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Nonprofit and Development

From Peace Corps Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search

Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in nonprofit and development.

Lillian Baer, founder of Africa Consultants International/Baobab Center (Cote d'Ivoire 1966-68)

Carol Bellamy, president of World Learning (Guatemala 1963-1965) Bellamy is the president of World Learning. She also was the first returned Volunteer to serve as director of the Peace Corps.

Rev. Gerald Durley, president of Concerned Black Clergy of Atlanta (Nigeria 1964-66)

Gary Engelberg, founder of Africa Consultants International/Baobab Center (Senegal 1965-67)

Barbara Ferris, president and founder, International Women's Democracy Center, (Morocco 1980-82)

Ken Hackett, president, Catholic Relief Services (Ghana 1968-1971)

Alberto Ibarguen, president, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation (Venezuela 1966-68)

Elaine Jones, director-counsel and president, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (Turkey 1965-67)

Nancy Kelly, executive director, Health Volunteers Overseas (Korea 1979-81)

Jonathan Lash, president of World Resources Institute (Dominican Republic 1967-69)

Jerry Leach, president of the World Affairs Councils of America (Turkey 1964-66)

Marianne Leach, public policy and government relations director, CARE (Turkey 1964-66)

Arlene Mitchell, chief of school feeding support, United Nations World Food Programme (Niger 1973-76)

Fred O'Regan, executive director of International Fund for Animal Welfare (Swaziland 1970-71)

Carl Pope, executive director of Sierra Club (India 1967-69)

Kevin Quigley, president of National Peace Corps Association (Thailand 1976-79)

Mark Schneider, senior vice president of International Crisis Group (El Salvador 1966-68)

Tony Silard, founder of Global Education Partnership (Kenya 1990-92)

Dane Smith, former president of National Peace Corps Association; former ambassador to Senegal and Guinea (Ethiopia 1963-65)

Gordon Smith, chairman of Children's Museum About the World (India 1966-69)

Thomas Tighe, president and CEO, Direct Relief International (Thailand 1986-88)


[edit] External Links

Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Nonprofit and Development Official US Peace Corps Website

Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Tell Your Friends
Navigation
Peace Corps News
Timelines
Country Information
Groups
Help
About
Toolbox