- Proud spouse of a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer who served in the Philippines.
- Recent transplant to the state of Florida from the midwest.
- Started in the teaching profession as a career path and migrated to the nursing profession.
- Firm believer that if at all possible, we can choose to think globally but still act locally. Everyone can be a change agent in their own community.
Why I joined the board:
The Peace Corps service was a pivotal period in my husband’s life that forever changed his world view. I help celebrate the Peace Corps because it has impacted the lives of the Peace Corps Volunteers and the communities they served. I joined the board with deep gratitude for all the meaningful things that Peace Corps has done for the world.
Susan recently re-joined the RPCVGCF board, after a ten-or-so-year's hiatus. I have been living in Florida since 1997, and in the Sarasota-Manatee area since 2000. I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Costa Rica from 1985-1987, and I now enjoy a fulfilling a private psychotherapy practice, which includes writing evaluations for immigration. I am so grateful for my peace corps experience, which stays with me to this day. I joined the RPCVGCF board because I want to be a part of our group's impact on environmental sustainability and social justice, both locally and globally.