January 4, 2005: Headlines: COS - Nigeria: NGO's: Christian Children’s Fund: Nigeria RPCV Dr. John F. Schultz is President of Christian Children’s Fund

Peace Corps Online: Directory: Nigeria: Peace Corps Nigeria : The Peace Corps in Nigeria: January 4, 2005: Headlines: COS - Nigeria: NGO's: Christian Children’s Fund: Nigeria RPCV Dr. John F. Schultz is President of Christian Children’s Fund

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Nigeria RPCV Dr. John F. Schultz is President of Christian Children’s Fund

Nigeria RPCV Dr. John F. Schultz is President of Christian Children’s Fund

Nigeria RPCV Dr. John F. Schultz is President of Christian Children’s Fund

Dr. John F. Schultz, President, Christian Children’s Fund

Dr. John Schultz has worked in international community development for over 30 years. Before becoming President of CCF in 1998, he served as Director of the National Offices. A former Peace Corps Volunteer in Nigeria, Dr. Schultz worked with the Church World Service for 14 years. During his tenure, he served as East Africa regional representative based in Nairobi, Kenya, where he was responsible for relief and development programs in Somalia, Uganda, Kenya and Madagascar. An ordained Presbyterian minister, Dr. Schultz received his BA from the University of North Carolina, a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York, and a Master of Philosophy degree and Ph.D. from Columbia University.

Christian Children’s Fund is a dynamic global force for children, working in 31 countries assisting more than 7.6 million children and families regardless of race, creed or gender. Since its inception in 1938, CCF has provided more than $2.3 billion in services to children.





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