I served in Guatemala from 2011-2013, where I helped to train and build capacity for community public health promoters in a rural indigenous village in the western highlands of the country. In addition to his primary project, I also took on teaching health and personal finance classes at the local middle school, started up computer classes in the village's solar powered lab and helped the elementary school teachers and students to build the town's first landfill. I moved to D.C. in 2015 and worked in communications for an international development consulting firm before taking a position on a USAID-funded project in Iraq.
While in DC, I earned a master's degree in International Development Studies from George Washington University.
Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, prior to Peace Corps I worked in advertising and marketing.
I speak Spanish and just enough Qe'qchi to get good prices at the market.
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