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MCC notes additional workers from October 2010 orientation

April 4, 2011

AKRON, Pa. --
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) commissioned the following workers for service after they participated in an orientation at MCC offices in Akron, Oct. 18-29, 2010. These workers are listed in addition to those previously reported for the fall orientation.

Frantzo Alcide of Desarmes, Haiti, has been working as an environmental educator in Desarmes. He attends Eglise Baptiste De Désarmes.
Sarah Bunn of Canton, Kan., began an assignment in May 2010 with MCC Central States as a resource generation assistant. Bunn obtained a bachelor’s in English from DePaul University, Chicago. She attends Whitestone Mennonite Church, Hesston, Kan.

Jennifer Dijk of Winnipeg, Man., has begun a one-year assignment as manager at Sam's Place, a used bookstore in Winnipeg. Dijk obtained a bachelor’s in history from the University of the Fraser Valley, Chilliwack B.C. She attends River East Mennonite Brethren Church, Winnipeg.
Nahomie Horalius of Desarmes, Haiti, has been working as an environmental educator in Desarmes. Horalius attends Eligle Evangelique D’aiti de Desarmes.
Patricia Kisare of Norristown, Pa., has begun a two-year assignment in Washington, D.C., as a legislative assistant. Kisare obtained a bachelor’s in international studies from Millersville University, Pa., and a master’s in international affairs from The Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pa. She attended Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster, Pa.
Gordon Letkeman of Morden, Man., began an assignment in June 2010 in Plum Coulee, Man., as a material resource/warehouse manager. He attends Morden Mennonite Church.
Meleck Pierre Louis of Desarmes, Haiti, has been working as an administrator of MCC’s environmental education program in Desarmes. Pierre Louis attends Catholique de Desarmes.
Eric and Karmen Neta Levay of Winnipeg, Man., have begun three-year assignments in Monteiro, Brazil. Eric works as a water resource worker, and Karmen Neta’s role is yet to be defined. They are accompanied by their son, Odin. Eric obtained a certificate in Environmental Studies from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Edmonton. Karmen Neta has a certificate in Christian studies from Red River College, Winnipeg. The Levays attended Riverwood Church Community, Winnipeg.

Jennifer Wiebe of St. Catharines, Ont., has begun an assignment in Ottawa, Ont., as a policy analyst. She obtained a bachelor’s in English from Conrad Grebel University College, Waterloo, Ont., and a master’s in English from University of Ottawa.