Peace Corps volunteer Gabrielle Gueye of Cleveland will share her stories and experiences living and working in Ethiopia at a special event Feb. 12 at 5:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Heights Library, Lee Road Branch. Gueye, an English education volunteer who is home on leave, will discuss the personal and professional impacts of serving abroad to inspire others to consider Peace Corps.
Because friends and family play such an important role in a volunteer’s service, Gueye’s mother, Sandra Morgan, will also be on hand to answer questions, including how she stays connected with Peace Corps news and her daughter while she’s overseas.
“I was inspired to join Peace Corps by my passion for diversity and learning,” said Gueye, who arrived in Ethiopia in June 2013. “I wanted to develop and expand my global perspective and expose myself to something unlike anything else I’ve ever experienced.” Continue reading “Cleveland Peace Corps volunteer to discuss experiences in Ethiopia at Cleveland Heights Library”