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Ron Arias, senior editor for People magazine and author of The Road to Tamazunchale (Peru 1963-64) His Peace Corps experience helped Arias cover stories in developing countries across the Americas and Africa. Arias is an author and a senior editor for People magazine.
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* [[Malaysia]]
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David Briscoe, chief correspondent of World Desk for Associated Press (Philippines 1966-70)
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Dan Carney, reporter for Business Week (Benin 1983-85)
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Karen DeWitt, producer, abcnews.com (Ethiopia 1966-68)
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Thomas Dine, President, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (Philippines 1962-64)
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Judy Dugan, assistant editorial page editor for the Los Angeles Times (Philippines 1966-68)
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Josh Friedman, correspondent for Newsday (Costa Rica 1964-66)
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Kathleen Ingley, reporter for the Arizona Republic (Senegal 1972-75)
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Al Kamen, writes In the Loop column in the Washington Post (Dominican Republic 1967-69)
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Robert Laird, op-ed page editor for N.Y. Daily News (Somalia 1962-63)
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Michael Maidenberg, Pulitzer prize-winning publisher and vice president and chief program officer of the Knight Foundation (India 1964-66)
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Chris Matthews, host of NBC's Hardball (Swaziland 1968-70) Chris Matthews is a national columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle and host of NBC's Hardball.
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Jim Morrill, reporter for the Charlotte Observer (Togo 1973-76)
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Bruce Nussbaum, editorial page editor for Business Week (Philippines 1966-69)
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Henry Muller, editorial director for Time, Inc. (Ethiopia 1968-69)
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Maureen Orth, special correspondent for Vanity Fair (Colombia 1964-66)
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Ann O'Hanlon, reporter for the Washington Post (Ecuador 1986-88)
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Michelle Press, managing editor for Scientific American (Malawi 1962-64)
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Howard Seftel, restaurant critic for the Arizona Republic (Senegal 1972-75)
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Peter Stinton, enterprise senior writer for the San Francisco Chronicle (Iran 1969-1971)
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Jonathan Weisman, White House correspondent for the Baltimore Sun (Guinea-Bissau and Philippines 1988-90)
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William Wong, columnist for the San Francisco Examiner (Philippines 1967-68)
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
[http://www.friendsofmalaysia.org/ Friends of Malaysia]
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[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatispc.notable.communications Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Communications] Official US Peace Corps Website
 
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[[Category:Malaysia]] [[Category:Friends]]
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Revision as of 19:49, 19 June 2007

Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Communications.


Ron Arias, senior editor for People magazine and author of The Road to Tamazunchale (Peru 1963-64) His Peace Corps experience helped Arias cover stories in developing countries across the Americas and Africa. Arias is an author and a senior editor for People magazine.

David Briscoe, chief correspondent of World Desk for Associated Press (Philippines 1966-70)

Dan Carney, reporter for Business Week (Benin 1983-85)

Karen DeWitt, producer, abcnews.com (Ethiopia 1966-68)

Thomas Dine, President, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (Philippines 1962-64)

Judy Dugan, assistant editorial page editor for the Los Angeles Times (Philippines 1966-68)

Josh Friedman, correspondent for Newsday (Costa Rica 1964-66)

Kathleen Ingley, reporter for the Arizona Republic (Senegal 1972-75)

Al Kamen, writes In the Loop column in the Washington Post (Dominican Republic 1967-69)

Robert Laird, op-ed page editor for N.Y. Daily News (Somalia 1962-63)

Michael Maidenberg, Pulitzer prize-winning publisher and vice president and chief program officer of the Knight Foundation (India 1964-66)

Chris Matthews, host of NBC's Hardball (Swaziland 1968-70) Chris Matthews is a national columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle and host of NBC's Hardball.

Jim Morrill, reporter for the Charlotte Observer (Togo 1973-76)

Bruce Nussbaum, editorial page editor for Business Week (Philippines 1966-69)

Henry Muller, editorial director for Time, Inc. (Ethiopia 1968-69)

Maureen Orth, special correspondent for Vanity Fair (Colombia 1964-66)

Ann O'Hanlon, reporter for the Washington Post (Ecuador 1986-88)

Michelle Press, managing editor for Scientific American (Malawi 1962-64)

Howard Seftel, restaurant critic for the Arizona Republic (Senegal 1972-75)

Peter Stinton, enterprise senior writer for the San Francisco Chronicle (Iran 1969-1971)

Jonathan Weisman, White House correspondent for the Baltimore Sun (Guinea-Bissau and Philippines 1988-90)

William Wong, columnist for the San Francisco Examiner (Philippines 1967-68)


External Links

Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Communications Official US Peace Corps Website