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October 25, 2008

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Sharon McNary of Marketplace

Hello from Sharon McNary, I served with B-12 in Bolivia 1995-97 and was surprised, but then not so surprised, to see this item. I'd love to hear from any PCV who would like to contact me via e-mail. I work now at Marketplace, the business show on public radio from American Public Media. e-mail is smcnary at marketplace dot org.

I was looking for Peace Corps blogs for a different reason, though. I was trying to find out how the global financial crisis was being felt in developing countries. If you're doing work outside the United States and would like to share your experiences confidentially, please direct your browser to www.tinyurl.com/MarketplaceFinance

Thanks, and best wishes to all PCVs out there,

Sharon McNary
smcnary@marketplace.org

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