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Ned Epps (Peace Corps Volunteer; Program Analyst, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development) will discuss his experiential learning through his work in the Peace Corps and beyond
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Peace Corps' 50-year Legacy

“Experiential Learning:

Peace Corps' 50-year Legacy of Service at Home and Abroad”

 Ned Epps (Peace Corps Volunteer; Program Analyst, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development) will discuss his experiential learning through his work in the Peace Corps and beyond

Ned served in the US Peace Corps in Morocco where his projects focused on small business development, marketing, education, and nonprofit management at a craft association for people with disabilities. Ned currently works as a Program Analyst at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington DC. His work focuses on transforming troubled housing authorities and communities. He is a member of the board of directors of Multicultural Community Service, a DC non-profit that is dedicated to encouraging, promoting and facilitating broad and inclusive civic participation. He is originally from Kansas and earned degrees in Italian Studies and Painting from the University of Kansas. 

 

 

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