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2002: Lisa Nicole Cooper served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Macedonia in Demir Kapija, Pehcevo beginning in 2002
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Lisa Nicole Cooper can be contacted at lisanicolecooperayahoodcom
Country of Service: Macedonia
Training Group: MAK VII
Cities you served in: Demir Kapija, Pehcevo
Arrival Year: 2002
Departure Year: 2004
Kladenec Ecology Association
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
After Peace Corps I completed a Master of International Relations from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, and traveled for a few months in Australia, New Zealand and Eastern Europe. I am currently living in Washington DC and working in the Language Programming Directorate at the Voice of America.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Every time I think of the time I spent in Macedonia, and the enduring friendships I made there, it makes me smile. I have traveled there on several occasions since my COS, still study the langauge, and still maintain a strong connection to the place.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
I'm pretty much in contact with everyone I ever knew or met from MAK 2-9, but would always love to hear from those currently there! I try to keep that section of my website updated...www.geocities.com/lisanicolecooper
Any message for returned volunteers?:
MAK VII was the best and always will be! The other 17 of you are never far from my mind and I love our coast to coast impromptu mini reunions!! Especially to Scott and David in Darfur, my thoughts are with you!
Originally posted: April 21, 2007
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