RPCV Podcast features RPCV/Cameroon Alibe Lehne

October 21st, 2006 by bobebill

I am an RPCV (Guatemala 2002-2004) at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of International Studies, and I’ve recently created a podcast featuring interviews with RPCVs from around the world. I conceived of the RPCV Podcast as a way to achieve the Peace Corps’s third goal by providing a medium for volunteers to tell their stories.

I would love to share the project with you and your members because I think you will find the interviews interesting, engaging, and entertaining. But there is another reason: I depend on RPCVs’ and their willingness to submit themselves to a friendly interview in order to produce an episode for the podcast every two weeks. At the Graduate School, we have over 60 RPCVs, so it is obviously an enormous resource; however, my ultimate goal is to interview RPCVs who have served in every decade of the Peace Corps’s existence. I imagine many of your members might fit that description, and I would be thrilled to collaborate with them, if they were so willing.

The link to the RPCV Podcast is: http://web.mac.com/hayden_lisa

I would appreciate it if you would link the site to your webpage. The following is a short description of its content:

The RPCV Podcast brings you interviews with Returned Peace Corps Volunteers from around the world. Whether you have an interest in a certain region, enjoy world travel, have served or are interested in serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer, the RPCV Podcast will provide you with a unique perspective from volunteers living and working in the far reaches of the globe.

Please visit the site, and let me know what you think.

Thanks so much,
Hayden Gore
RPCV Guatemala 2002-2004

P.S. The latest episode features RPCV Alice Lehne (Cameroon 2001-2003).