Ohio State Graduates in the Peace Corps
Amber Sattelberg, a 2015 graduate in animal sciences, is working in Paraguay assisting farm families and individuals in understanding and implementing comprehensive sustainable food production systems.
Pamela Thomas (centered), served as a Peace Corps Volunteer from 19 - 19 in Sierra Leone
Ben Hemmelgarn, a 2013 graduate in molecular genetics, is working in Paraguay to train families in soil management, crop diversification, improved nutrition, & holistic sustainable farming.
Krystal Segar, '13 Ohio State graduate, works in Uganda with community health workers to organize HIV testing and counseling. She also works to prevent malaria by testing community members for the disease and educating them on using bed nets.
Jared Brankamp is based in a small rural village in Paraguay instructing villagers on contour cropping, crop rotations, home-made pest repellents, agro-forestry, bee-keeping, composting, vermaculture, & pig and chicken production.
Kevin (pictured here) & Linnae Fath have been in Jamaica since March, 2012 assisting small farming communities with agr development. Kevin graduated from OSU with a B.S. in Animal Science & Linnae received a M.S. in Development & Environmental Econ.