|By Admin1 (admin) (pool-141-157-66-85.balt.east.verizon.net - 220.127.116.11) on Monday, May 22, 2006 - 1:11 pm: Edit Post|
1981: Anna (Ingraham) Grady served in Swaziland in Bhunya beginning in 1981
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Anna (Ingraham) Grady can be contacted at amgradyatogetherdnet
Country of Service: Swaziland
Cities you served in: Bhunya
Arrival Year: 1981
Departure Year: 1983
Jr High School Math teacher
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Upon return, worked in international development for 5 yrs, then moved to Vermont. Got married, had two boys, now 14 and 11. Have since worked in higher education development, IBM marketing, Planned Parenthood program services, and now work in Human Resources for NRG Systems, a wind energy company that designs and manufactures wind assessment instruments.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I had the time of my life. Loved every minute of my experiences in Swaziland! Would do it again in a heartbeat.
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Be comfortable with the unknown. Don't be afraid to jump in and see what happens. It can change your life!
Originally posted: May 22, 2006
Reconnect with this Peace Corps Volunteer
If you are looking to reconnect with this volunteer,
or a volunteer who served in this location or in this group,
then leave a message above where it says "Create New Conversation."
If this is your profile, post any additions, updates or corrections to your profile below where it says "Add a Message."
RPCVs: To add your own RPCV profile click here.
| The Peace Corps Library|
The Peace Corps Library is now available online with over 40,000 index entries in 500 categories. Looking for a Returned Volunteer? Check our RPCV Directory. New: Sign up to receive PCOL Magazine, our free Monthly Magazine by email. Like to keep up with Peace Corps news as it happens? Sign up to recieve a daily summary of Peace Corps stories from around the world.
| History of the Peace Corps|
PCOL is proud to announce that Phase One of the "History of the Peace Corps" is now available online. This installment includes over 5,000 pages of primary source documents from the archives of the Peace Corps including every issue of "Peace Corps News," "Peace Corps Times," "Peace Corps Volunteer," "Action Update," and every annual report of the Peace Corps to Congress since 1961. "Ask Not" is an ongoing project. Read how you can help.