2-2-11: Working on Peacebuilding

February 2, 2011 at 7:50 am Leave a comment

Crownsville resident Chic Dambach is the executive director of the Alliance for Peacebuilding, which promotes peaceful resolutions to conflicts around the world.  Before he came to the Alliance, he had a colorful and varied career that included a football scholarship to Oklahoma State University, service in the Peace Corps, work with various arts organizations, a collaboration with the singer Peter Yarrow in an organization that promotes anti-bullying initiatives, and even involvement with Olympic kayaking and canoeing.

He’s done other things, too, but we’ll leave it there for now.

Okay, one more: he just published a memoir called Exhaust the Limits: The Life and Times of a Global Peacebuilder, which he’ll be discussing at two events this weekend. This morning, he discusses peacebuilding with Tom Hall.

Exhaust the Limits is published by Baltimore’s Apprentice House.  Chic Dambach will be discussing his book at a dinner for returned Peace Corps volunteers on Friday night in Phoenix, and he’ll give a 4pm reading on Sunday at Minás Art Gallery in Hampden.

For more Returning Peace Corps Volunteers information, call 410-703-8650.

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