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Harry Birnholz, mission director, USAID/Albania (Benin 1974-77)
 
 
Patricia Buckles, USAID/Peru director, Peace Corps (Guatemala 1973-77)
 
 
Donald B. Clark, USAID mission director, Senegal (Burkina Faso 1969-71)
 
 
Christopher Dodd, U.S. Senator, Connecticut (Dominican Republic 1966-68) Dodd is a U.S. Senator from Connecticut. There are six returned Volunteers in the U.S. Congress — one in the Senate, and five in the House of Representatives.
 
 
Jim Doyle, Governor of Wisconsin and wife Jessica Doyle (Tunisia 1967-69) Doyle is the governor of Wisconsin and is one of two returned Volunteers currently serving as a state governor.
 
 
Sam Farr, U.S. Representative from California (Colombia 1964-66)
 
 
John Garamendi, State of California Insurance Commissioner (Ethiopia 1966-68)
 
 
Gene George, USAID mission director, Bangladesh (Nepal 1972-73)
 
 
Richard Goughnour, USAID/Brazil Director (Brazil 1974-76)
 
 
Mike Honda, U.S. Representative from California (El Salvador 1965-67)
 
 
Elisa Long, public defender in Mariana Islands (Marshall Islands 1987-89)
 
 
Joseph W. Lown, mayor of San Angelo, Texas (Bolivia 1999-2001)
 
 
Dan McAllister, treasurer tax collector of San Diego, CA (Micronesia 1974-77)
 
 
Thomas Murphy, Jr., mayor of the City of Pittsburgh, PA (Paraguay 1970-72)
 
 
Matthew Patrick, Massachusetts State Representative (Ghana 1977-79)
 
 
Sarah Parker, associate justice, North Carolina Supreme Court (Turkey 1964-66)
 
 
Terry Peterson, deputy secretary of U.S. Department of Education (Brazil 1967-69)
 
 
Thomas Petri, U.S. Representative from Wisconsin (Somalia 1966-67)
 
 
Ken Roberts, Assistant Administrator, Foreign Agriculture Service, USDA (Paraguay 1977-79)
 
 
Denny Robertson, USAID Director for the Caucasus Region (Philippines 1977-79)
 
 
Tod Satterthwaite, mayor of Urbana, Illinois (Grenada 1990-92)
 
 
Donna Shalala, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services (Iran 1962-64)
 
 
Christopher Shays, U.S. Representative from Connecticut (Fiji 1968-70)
 
 
Robert Taft, governor of Ohio (Tanzania 1963-65) Taft is the governor of Ohio and is one of two RPCVs currently serving as a state governor.
 
 
James Walsh, U.S. Representative from New York (Nepal 1970-72)
 
 
Cathy Woolard, Atlanta City Council (Micronesia 1980-81)
 
 
 
 
 
==External Links==
 
[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatispc.notable.gov Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Government] Official US Peace Corps Website
 

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