“The Tide” offers a glimpse into two worlds. One is a perspective on becoming a Peace Corps volunteer. The other delves into the realities of living and working in a region of Africa decimated by Joseph Kony’s LRA. It is an unapologetic look into the author's times of sheer joy, and periods of heart wrenching agony. Chronicling his personal experiences, and accounts from Ugandans, Volunteers, Aid Workers, and Expats living in the region.
[UPDATE: 2nd Edition] I have spent the last six months reevaluating my book. Having the time to take another look, has given me a new perspective. While the main message hasn't changed, I have rewritten much of it, in order to break down the essence of what I want to convey to the reader. I believe this is a much stronger more coherent edition.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
About the Author: I've always had a passion for traveling and experiencing other cultures. While studying, I spent several years living and working in Austria, Germany, Netherlands, UK, and Thailand. In my career, I focused on International Development through joining Peace Corps as an NGO Development Volunteer in war-torn northern Uganda, and later working in Namibia for USAID.