E&E RPCVs

Ethiopia & Eritrea Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (E&E RPCVs) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) corporation formed by Peace Corps Volunteers who served in Ethiopia and Eritrea. The stated purpose of E&E RPCVs reads as follows:

The Corporation is formed and shall be operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes that include, to promote world peace and understanding, particularly among the peoples of the United States, Ethiopia and Eritrea; to inform and educate the general public about other countries, particularly Ethiopia and Eritrea; to promote opportunities for achieving sustainable economic development and the relief of poverty in Ethiopia and Eritrea, by providing volunteers, equipment, services and financial resources which are needed to further this purpose.

To read the documents pertaining to the establishment of E&E RPCVs see:

Board Members of E&E RPCVs

Kristen Straw Barredo
Finote Selam [Gojjam] 2007–09 — G1
kristen.straw@gmail.com

Rebecca Marie Beauregard
Motta, East Gojam 2009–11 — G2
ramboethiopia@gmail.com

Leo Cecchini vice president
Asmara, Eritrea 1962–64 — Ethiopia I
leo@cecchini.org

John P. Coyne
Addis Ababa 1962–64 — Ethiopia I
jcoyneone@gmail.com

Stephen Cristofar
Asmara, Eritrea; Adi Quala, Eritrea; Debarwa, Eritrea 1962–64 — Ethiopia I
scristofar2@verizon.net

Karen Preskey Glover   
Agaro, Oromiya 2007–09 — G1
kmpreskey@gmail.com

Janet Danzl Lee newsletter editor 
Emdeber [Shoa] 1974–76 — Ethiopia XX: Rural Jr Sec. Ed.
janet.lee35@gmail.com

Randy Marcus treasurer
Asella [Arrusi] 1966–68 — Ethiopia VII: ATP
rimarcus@comcast.net

Amanda Sutker 55th celebration
Adaba, Bale 2012–14 — G7
amsutker@gmail.com

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NATIONAL PEACE CORPS ASSOCIATION

E&E RPCVs is an affiliate of the umbrella organization National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) — PeaceCorpsConnect.org

Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) is the nation’s leading 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization connecting and championing Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and the Peace Corps community. It provides service and education opportunities that build on the Peace Corps experience, and is also the longest-standing advocate for an independent and robust Peace Corps.

RPCVs who served in Ethiopia and Eritrea are urged to support the NPCA through their membership dues.

For a listing of RPCV groups around the U.S. that you may be interested in also joining, CLICK HERE.

Contact (or visit!) the NPCA at:
1900 L St, NW, Suite 610
Washington, DC 20036
202/293-7728
Email: npca@peacecorpsconnect.org


9 responses to “E&E RPCVs

  1. Dell Hood (Addis, 62-64)

    I’ve been off the Herald list for some years, and I’m delighted to see it coming electronically. Thank you, Marian, for keeping my email somewhere in your files; you’ll get my check soon.

    The new format looks fine to me. I too regret the need to give up paper, but as an incorrigible recycler and reducer of waste, I’ll learn to live with the on-line edition. Thanks to all who’ve worked to make it happen.

  2. John Coe (Jimma 62-64, Addis 64-66

    I am pleased to see this publication and will look forward to what comes forth. Ethiopia continues to be a high point of my life. I have kept in contact with a few people- Peggy Drury, Charles Sutton, Tamene Asmare, Johannes Paulos, Hannah Gultie and others.

    My membership is on its way.

  3. Great to get connected once again. I was in country spring 2002 and had a great visit; did the “Historical Tour” just like I did Christmas 1972–my first in Ethiopia.

  4. Forgot–my tour was in Finote Selam ’72-’74.

  5. Lee Plate Highway 66-69

    Glad to see the Herald is back. I’ve been returning since ’98 working with churches and HIV/AIDS. So many things have changed, yet so many are just the same. Looking forward to more…

  6. Barry, Marian, thanks. This is great.
    Regards from Luang Namtha, Laos. (Travel blog at jdasia2010.blogspot.com.)
    Will send dues when we get home April 21. Don’t cut me off!

  7. This is a great start. I haven’t read all of this Herald yet, but it didn’t take me too long to begin learning how to “turn the pages” of the online Herald. I look forward to hearing from everyone again. Thanks to Marian and Barry for their efforts.

  8. So glad to have found this resource. As a RPCV, I have never ceased following PC developments. My husband and I were in Agaro’72-’74 and have reconnected with our resident student from there, who is now living in North Carolina. The world is small, beautiful, and exciting. Our daughter is now a PCV in eastern Europe, so the circle expands.

  9. I was so surprised to find this publication in my inbox today.I did not know it existed. I thank you for the good work everyone has done. I look forward to the reunion in Cary in April. I was in Hosanna, 1965 to 1967.

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