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1989: Carla Briceno served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala in Cahabón, Alta Verapaz and Salamá, Baja Verapaz beginning in 1989
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Carla Briceno can be contacted at carladbricenoagmaildcom
Country of Service: Guatemala
Training Group: March 1989-June 1989 (Milpas Altas), Health/Nutrition
Cities you served in: Cahabón, Alta Verapaz and Salamá, Baja Verapaz
Arrival Year: 1989
Departure Year: 1991
Heath/Nutrition extensionist working with womens groups, in the schools, supporting the health posts and the local hospital - on issues related to basic health and nutrition.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Since Peace Corps, I ran on non-profit program serving low income, recently arrived Mexicans in So Cal, got my M.A. in Int'l Public Admin, worked for about five years in the paid international development world in Central and South America, jumped into the world of IT and Web back in 2000, and am now offering web design and development services for the general and online Hispanic market.
Originally posted: April 5, 2008
Peace Corps Annual Report: 1989; Peace Corps Guatemala; Directory of Guatemala RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Guatemala RPCVs
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