I had the pleasure of being interviewed for a podcast about my Peace Corps Service. I was really compelled to share my experiences so far throughout my service when a fellow PCV shared this podcast project with me. Part of why I was so drawn to this podcast is the honest tone of both Tyler Lloyd, the interviewer and those PCV’s and RPCV’s who are featured on the podcast.
You can check out the episode where I am featured right here.
An excerpt from the My Peace Corps Story founder and fellow RPCV, Tyler Lloyd to give context to how this amazing project came to be.
“Tyler Lloyd served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Burkina Faso from 2012 to 2014. He served as an agriculture and small business volunteer. Originally from Kentucky, he currently calls Washington, DC home. When not serving as a federal employee, Tyler enjoys exploring the city on his bike, drinking strong coffee, and telling stories through photography, video, podcasts, and the written word. Tyler has published a book about his time in Burkina Faso, Service Disrupted: My Peace Corps Story.”
I highly recommend you check out this podcast if you’re thinking about applying, are under consideration or just want to see some of the many unique experiences fellow Americans undergo throughout service.