Peg is a lifetime relational volunteer. She has been employed as a teacher, an administrator and a student exchange placement representative. However, her natural working habitat is as a volunteer coming along side organizations with vision and intention of serving folks who find themselves on the margins of life.
She is a networker, a dot connecter, someone who seeks to understand the vision of a person or organization, learning their goals while considering challenges and obstacles. She then naturally and relationally connects folks and organizations that have the skills to meet those needs. She is a cheerleader of what it means and takes to be human, together on the planet at the same time.
Peg has spent the last 16 years as a student of Rwandan living and development. Rwanda is an extraordinary example of deliberate, wise, holistic and sustainable development. She has had the joy of coming along side multiple Rwanda Development NGOs working throughout the country helping to enable the development of homes, businesses, micro finance, health services, training centers, animal husbandry, agriculture and education.
Peg’s delights in most anything involving mountains, stories or storytelling from and about others’ life experiences, and travel anywhere. Her sweet spot is showcasing Rwanda to anyone interested. Her happy place is with her husband, two daughters’ families, and most of all her two grandsons.