Join Friends & RPCVs of Guyana!


During the 17 years Peace Corps has had a post in Guyana, over 470 Volunteers have assisted in the areas of health, education, community development and information technology. Those 17 years span over four decades and, although many things have changed during that time, the core mission of Peace Corps and its Volunteers remains the same. Friends & RPCVs of Guyana (FROG) would like to take a moment to thank you for committing your time and energy to the service of Guyana and its people. Your efforts have had an impact on more individuals than you realize. Thank you!

We here at FROG left Guyana with the idea that once you completed your service, the experience stays with you. We hope that you will join us on our mission to maintain our connection with fellow RPCVs, Guyana and its people. Below you will find more information about FROG and how you can join us!

Friends & RPCVs of Guyana

In 2007, several Guyana RPCVs joined together to form a non-profit organization that connected former RPCVs with each other, with the greater development community and with new opportunities. Most importantly, we wanted to build on the work we did while Volunteers and continue helping Guyana, a country we love.

Currently, we at FROG are busy developing our infrastructure, gathering new members, fund-raising and developing a strategic plan. If you are interested in staying connected with fellow Guyana RPCVs, participating in Third Goal activities and supporting development projects, please join us! However, as a new non-profit, we are finding our way and learning as we grow. Bear with us, and please, feel free to contact us ( with ideas, help requests, etc. That is why we’re here! Also, check out our new website at!

How to Join

There are two easy ways to join Friends & RPCVs of Guyana!

1. Join the National Peace Corps Association. Their membership includes a subscription to WorldView, NPCANews, and discounts on auto insurance, rental cars and more!

  1. Go to
  2. Click on Join/Renew.
  3. Follow their 3 step instructions for signing up with the NPCA.
  4. Select Guyana as your Country of Service group!

2. Join us on FaceBook at

If you have any questions about FROG, want to keep up-to-date with FROG happenings or would like to get involved, please feel free to contact us at and on our website at!

Plans are underway for our second annual weekend of FROG events in New York City this July. Join FROG through one of the methods listed above to get the latest details for those events! We hope to see you in July!


FROG Board of Directors

Timothy Delaney, GUY 12, President

Michael Geurink, GUY 13, Vice President

Peter Theis, GUY 10, Treasurer

Eric Terpstra, GUY 14, Secretary

Scott Stadum, GUY 12, Web Committee Chair

Cabul Mehta, GUY 13, Board Member

Kati Ringer, GUY 14, Board Member

Louise Stenberg, GUY 13, Board Member

Scott was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Georgetown, Guyana from '03-'05 with the World Wildlife Fund. He helped to co-found FROG in 2007.

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