1991: Timothy Chen Allen served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Seychelles in Victoria, Mahe beginning in 1991

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1991: Timothy Chen Allen served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Seychelles in Victoria, Mahe beginning in 1991

1991: Timothy Chen Allen served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Seychelles in Victoria, Mahe beginning in 1991

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Timothy Chen Allen can be contacted at TimothyChenAllenagmaildcom

Country of Service: Seychelles

Training Group: 1991

Cities you served in: Victoria, Mahe

Arrival Year: 1991

Departure Year: 1993

Work Description:

Taught Adult Computer Literacy

Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:

I became a computer programmer, working in Washington, DC. Then I worked four years for Oracle all around the US. I moved to Barcelona, Spain in 1999 and stayed until 2004. I married a lady from Spain and we have a little boy together, born in 2001. I moved to New Orleans, then evacuated from Katrina in 2005 to Philadelphia. In 2007 we moved back to DC, where I work for FEMA.

Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:

I miss the experience, and wish I had done things a lot differently.

Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:

Any RPCVs. I'm in touch with a couple of folks from the host country already.

Any message for returned volunteers?:

Keep going. Life becomes quite ordinary if you don't keep it up.



Originally posted: November 22, 2007




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