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1984: barbara davis served in Botswana in Lethlakane, Gomare, Gaborone beginning in 1984
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer barbara davis can be contacted at bdavisamailerdfsudedu
Country of Service: Botswana
Training Group: November 1984
Cities you served in: Lethlakane, Gomare, Gaborone
Arrival Year: 1984
Departure Year: 1990
One term in Lethlakane: science teacher. Three years in Gomare: Agriculture teacher, 2 1/2 years Gaborone, PC Training
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Forensic photography, Dade County Medical Examiner Department
MFA from Florida State Univ in Photography in 1993. Worked ten years with federally-funded Ed. Research lab (SERVE). Became a high school teacher four years ago (Florida High)and teach photogrpahy and sculpture to 9-12th graders. Live alone with two cats. No kids, but I deal with lots of teenagers everyday. Life is good!
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I cannot imagine my life without that experience. It has permanently changed the way I view the world. I have no regrets.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anybody. I loved them all.
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Remember the fun dinner parties at the training house? And all the fun at the transit House?
Originally posted: May 22, 2006
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