Susan Donald [nee Potter] (Honduras from 1985–87) was stationed in the small town of  sdonaldJesus de Otoro, Intibuca, where she taught seventh and eighth grade mathematics in the  (now defunct) Secondary Education Sector. Since her service in Peace Corps Susan has worked a myriad of jobs including: social worker and court appointed child advocate in Washington State; literacy volunteer; ESL, English and math teacher in Guatemala; and Peace Corps librarian in the Dominican Republic.  She has written articles for the RPCV newletter “Amigos de Honduras,” and for “Quisqueya,” the State Department newlsetter in the Dominican Republic. Currently she is a volunteer librarian hoping to one day get a real job, as well as a full time cook and chauffeur for her sons Adam (15) and Lucas (12).