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Guest Blogger: Jon Evans ’77

November 11, 2008

My own journey since my year as an intern with Frances Neely took me into a career in international development and relief. I have been privileged to live and work in Burkina Faso, Palestine/Israel (where my family and I had Peter Kapenga (’71) and his family among our circle of friends and colleagues!), and Indonesia. Now that my family and I are based in the Philadelphia area, my involvement with FCNL has in a sense come full circle. I am excited and energized to be serving FCNL as a member of the General Committee and the Development Committee. I never cease to be amazed by the knowledge, commitment, and Spirit-filled work of the staff and nationwide volunteer network of our Quaker Lobby in the Public Interest.

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