Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Business and Industry

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Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Business and Industry.

Bob Beckel, political analyst, Bob Beckel & Associates (Philippines 1971-72)

Heather Buckmaster, executive director, Oklahoma Beef Council (The Gambia 1992-94)

Charlie Clifford, founder, Tumi luggage (Peru 1967-1969)

Patricia Cloherty, chairman of The U.S. Russia Investment Fund (Brazil 1963-65)

Edward Dolby, president, Bank of America, Carolinas (India 1966-68)

John Earhart, chairman of the board and a founding shareholder of Global Environment Fund Management Corporation (Guatemala 1975-77)

David S. Geiman, chairman of the executive committee, board of directors, president and chief executive officer of the CattleSale Company (Sierra Leone 1967-70)

Samuel Gillespie III, senior vice president, Exxon Mobil Corp. (Kenya 1967-69)

Jan Guifarro, World Wide Director of Global Consumer Affairs for the Colgate Palmolive Company (Honduras 1973-75)

Frank Guzzetta, CEO of Hecht's (India 1968-72)

Robert Haas, chairman of board for Levi Strauss (Ivory Coast 1964-66)

Reed Hastings, founder and CEO of Netflix (Swaziland 1983-85)

Wilber James, CEO of Citizens Power (Kenya 1971-72)

Ginny Kirkwood, owner of Shawnee on the Delaware Inn and Resort (Turkey 1964-66, and Thailand 1990-93)

James Kouzes, president of Tom Peters Group (Turkey 1967-69)

Michael McCaskey, chairman of the board, Chicago Bears (Ethiopia 1965-67) McCaskey serves as chairman of the board for the Chicago Bears.

Robert McCormack, executive vice president of Citicorp (Colombia 1968-70)

Ann and Michael Moore, former CEO and chairman of Snugli Co. and Airlift Company (Togo 1962-64)

Frederic Poses, CEO of American Standard Co. (Peru 1967-1969)

Gordon Radley, president of Lucasfilms Ltd. (Malawi 1968-70)

Tom Scanlon, president of Benchmarks (Chile 1961-63)

External Links

Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Business and Industry Official US Peace Corps Website