1991: Kate Pett served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali in Jonina beginning in 1991

Peace Corps Online: Directory: Mali: Directory of Mali RPCVs: 1991: Kate Pett served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali in Jonina beginning in 1991

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1991: Kate Pett served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali in Jonina beginning in 1991

1991: Kate Pett served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali in Jonina beginning in 1991

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Kate Pett can be contacted at kate_pettahotmaildcom

Country of Service: Mali

Training Group: Winter '91

Cities you served in: Jonina

Arrival Year: 1991

Departure Year: 1992

Work Description:


Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:


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I live in Asheville, NC. I am married to a Morrocco RPCV, Vince Floriani. I have two children, Gabriel and Juliana, 2 and 4. I work part-time as a consultant for nonprofits in WNC, writing grants, designing Board trainings and building small nonprofit capacity. We love Asheville and are passionate about preserving the community we enjoy here.

Originally posted: February 21, 2007

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By Robert Liddy ( on Tuesday, December 02, 2014 - 2:47 pm: Edit Post

I think I was in the Peace Corps with you in 1990 in the Philippines. Since then I did another assignment in Sierra Leone. In 1992; I gone back to college to get another degree. I worked in Law Enforcement in the State of Virginia eleven years. Eight years with the Prison system as a Correction Officer and the rest of the time I patrolled the projects of Richmond Virginia.
I am now medical retired out of the military because I was exposed to an IED (Improvised Explosive Device). I did two Combat Tours, a Peace Keeping tour and an Occupation Tour. I started out in the Army reserves then active duty in 2007. I am in the process of receiving the Purple Heart.
Itís good to keep in contact with former Peace Corps Volunteers. If you like please feel free to e mail me and tell me what you are up to.

Thank You

SGT Robert Liddy Army Medically Retired

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