Ending my Peace Corps service on a wonderfully high note

October 23rd, 2016 by | Tags: | No Comments »

On the day I closed my service, this past Thursday, I received an award at the U.S. Embassy from U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon Michael Hoza for my work with persons with disabilities during my Peace Corps service. The Peace Corps Cameroon Deputy Director told me that for a PCV to receive an award from a U.S. Ambassador has been unheard of during her career.

Thank you to all of my outstanding work partners in Bamenda who were great team players and made our work successful. Thank you also to Peace Corps Cameroon staff members for their incredible support during my service.

The group picture is of me and the U.S. Ambassador with my Community Health Education program manager, Peace Corps Cameroon Director of Operations, Peace Corps Cameroon Deputy Director and Community Health Education Assistant Program Manager.

Me shaking U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon Michael Hoza's hand. Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Yaounde

Me shaking U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon Michael Hoza’s hand. Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Yaounde

Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Yaounde

Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Yaounde

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