I am a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Indonesia 2012-2014) with a passion for public health, women’s health, and public policy. My adventures in Indonesia led me to create this blog, which I kept up with over my 27-month tenure in rural East Java.

I have undergraduate degrees in International Studies and French and a Master’s in Public Health. My next degree will be in nursing! In response to a large shortage in the nursing workforce in the U.S., many teaching institutions have accelerated programs for prospective nurses with (a) prior degree(s) and life experience. So I bring my previous education and background to an accelerated nursing program at a very, very good institution. In 16 months, I will gain the skills and knowledge I need to pass the national board exams to become a registered nurse.

 

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2 comments
  1. Rosie said:

    I only just saw you were in Indonesia when your blog showed up on my newsfeed! Best of luck with the rest of your training and settling into your new home. I look forward to reading more! -Rosie

  2. Lawrence F. Lihosit said:

    It’s never too early to think about the Third Goal. Check out Peace Corps Experience: Write & Publish Your Memoir. Oh! If you want a good laugh about what PC service was like in a Spanish-speaking country back in the 1970’s, read South of the Frontera: A Peace Corps Memoir.

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