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1965: Lloyd J. Feinberg served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Philippines in Calamba, Laguna; Mansalay, Mindoro, La Carlota City, Negros Occidental beginning in 1965
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Lloyd J. Feinberg can be contacted at lfeinbergausaiddgov
Country of Service: Philippines
Training Group: XV
Cities you served in: Calamba, Laguna; Mansalay, Mindoro, La Carlota City, Negros Occidental
Arrival Year: 1965
Departure Year: 1968
Elementary Science, Rice Production, PANAMIN Foundation
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
After leaving the Philippines, I spent most of the next 15 years living and working in Nepal, Ethiopia, Ecuador and Indonesia. I joined USAID in 1984 and for the past 20 years have been managing a global program that supports services and develops local capacities in the areas of orthopedic services and rehabilitation; child protection, treatment and healing of victims of torture and conflict-related trauma; I am also the agency's ombudsman for promoting inclusive development for people living with disabilities. Last winter, I bicycled from Florida to California with Philippines XV RPCVs Jim McMullen, Ted Brush and Rich Friedman; and Lee Daneker, who joined us for our adventures in West texas.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
As I have continued to work in the development arena, few days go by that I don't think of some mistake I made when I was a volunteer; and in most cases, continue to make to this day. I am also extremely proud that my son Josh and my daughter Ali both decided to serve in the Peace Corps as well (Gabon and Senegal, respectively).
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Any old friends
Originally posted: 7/27/2010
Peace Corps Annual Report: 1965; Peace Corps Philippines; Directory of Philippines RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Philippines RPCVs
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