September 9, 2005
New director takes over at Peace Corps

The United States Peace Corps in the Eastern Caribbean has a new director. He is Terry Armstrong who took up his position as Country Director for Peace Corps Eastern Caribbean on August 22, and is based in the regional Peace Corps office in St. Lucia.

Armstrong took over from longstanding Director Earl Phillips who retired in July this year.{{more}}

Previously, Armstrong served as the Country Director for the Peace Corps programme in Albania. Prior to that, he was the Programming and Training Officer for Peace Corps in Romania.

The United States Peace Corps brings American volunteers to six-island-nations in the Eastern Caribbean and to many other nations around the world where they live and work in local communities for two years.