Author

Kevin Quigley

President, National Peace Corps Association

Kevin F. F. Quigley, Ph.D., is President of the National Peace Corps Association. Since his return from Peace Corps service in Thailand in the late 1970s, Kevin has worked at the intersection of the public, private and civil society sectors to address pressing social issues and global concerns.

This has included being the first Executive Director of a pioneering partnership involving the World Bank and two leading global brands to improve work place conditions and development opportunities for workers.

He has also worked as a foundation executive, directing a program supporting transitioning societies, as well as in both legislative and executive branches of the U.S. government to enhance engagement with the developing world. While on Capital Hill, he served as Legislative Director in the office of the late Senator John Heinz (R-PA).

Besides writing on civil society issues, Mr. Quigley teaches at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C.

Articles by Kevin Quigley

The Peace Corps and the U.S. Image Abroad

Is the United States overlooking a historically effective tool of U.S. public diplomacy?

January 13, 2006