Kevin Quigley To Leave NPCA for Peace Corps Director Post in Thailand
Kevin Quigley, President and CEO of the NPCA, will return this fall to Thailand where he was a PCV from 1976-79. Quigley, who has been with the NPCA for nearly a decade, is well equipped to be the next CD in Thailand. He is fluent in the language, and while a PCV converted from his family’s Catholicism to Buddhism, then spent several months having buat phra–become a monk–after his Peace Corps tour. He has returned to Thailand several times since his Peace Corps years, once as a Fulbright scholar, and he has maintained relationships with many HCNs.
Kevin, who studied at Georgetown University, Columbia University, University College Dublin and Swarthmore College, before the NPCA was also the Acting CEO of the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation. His Ph.D. is in international relations and besides the Fulbright, he has been a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Resident Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and a U.S.-Japan Leadership Fellow at the Keidanren in Tokyo. Today, besides his day job, he is an adjunct professor at the School of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University.
We wish him well in Thailand. Don’t forget to write!
Now if you are looking for a career change…check out Kevin’s ‘old job.’
Employment at the National Peace Corps Association
The National Peace Corps Association, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization supporting Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and the Peace Corps community, seeks a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer with experience leading a dynamic, complex organization to provide overall direction of the association, which comprises a network of over 50,000 individuals and more than 140 member groups.
The President reports to a volunteer board of directors, manages a staff of seven, plus interns and volunteers, oversees a $1+million budget, and is responsible for all aspects of program management, operational and administrative management, fund-raising/resource development and strategic planning. He/she serves as the primary face for the values and stature of the association internally and externally and is responsible for developing and sustaining relationships locally, nationally and globally.
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Congrats and enjoy Kevin
….thanks for keeping the NCPA alive all these years…
Congratulations and thank you for all you have done for NPCA.
Talk about a great candidate for Peace Corps Director!