Boomers in the Peace Corps

In 2008, Boston College alumnus Dr. Christopher Doran (Class of 1968) and his wife left behind the comforts of America to volunteer for the Peace Corps. They spent two years in Botswana, which has the second highest incidence of HIV in the world. In his book, Africa Lite? Boomers in Botswana, he tells the inspiring tale of their work in Botswana and his humorous and witty observations of both American and African culture. Dr. Doran is an internationally acclaimed author whose books on mental health and parenting have been published on three continents.  He is an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
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