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1992: Brian Brown-Cashdollar served in Dominican Republic in Clavijo Arriba/Clavijo Abajo beginning in 1992
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Brian Brown-Cashdollar can be contacted at cashdollaramacdcom
Country of Service: Dominican Republic
Training Group: 1992
Cities you served in: Clavijo Arriba and Clavijo Abajo
Arrival Year: 1992
Departure Year: 1994
Coordinated community action in a rural parroquia (parish) of 300 people. Worked with community leaders, conducted a diagnostic and developed action plans. Provided support services and training in developing and maintaining the following initiatives: (a) Manual reconstruction of a five kilometer road to improve access to the community; (b) Creation of cooperative to improve marketing of products produced by the women’s organization; (c) Reconstruction of two local schools; (d) Organizing literacy training for 37 adults.
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:
Not in Peace Corps, but I studied in Kenya, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and lived for a short time in New Zealand Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Since Peace Corps: (1) Got married to Tracey (2) Worked as Labor Standards Investigator (3) Moved to New Zealand lost everything in the Asian Contagion of 1997 (4) Worked as Program Manager for Hispanic Non-Profit in Buffalo (5) Worked as Fiscal Admin/Labor Organizer (6) President of 2 station radio cluster featuring a progressive talk station and Buffalo's first Spanish language station (7) Adopted 3 wonderful girls from Haiti (8) Served as Executive Director for largest refugee shelter in the United States (9) Served as Fundraiser for a refugee resettlement agency in Buffalo, NY (10)…
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anyone I served with or met along the way.
Originally posted: February 19, 2005 Updated October 7, 2013
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