Welcome to My Village

Dear colleagues and friends,

 

If you are receiving this email, it means that, we have worked together in various parts of my life.  I would like to take you on my Pulse Journey!  I anticipate this will be life-changing, challenging, fun and humorous (if you know me very well you will know I laugh at about anything).  As I go to Viet Nam, I want to share my experiences with you and hopefully get support from each and every one of you.  It will take a village!

 

The process to get here took about 4 months of applying and learning. I can finally share that I will be going on a PULSE assignment to support PATH, an international health organization driving transformation innovation to save lives, in Hanoi, Viet Nam.  I will be working on projects focused on HIV.  I will be leaving at the end of June and will return at the end of December.

 

You are now part of my PULSE Village! I will  stay in touch with you during the 6 months in various ways. For now, I would like to invite you to read my first blog at https://wordpress.com/posts/my/gskpulsevolunteers.com  as an official PULSE volunteer.  Just look up my name Chad Morgan to readJ

 

Thank you to everyone for their support and best wishes. It has been amazing!

4 comments

  1. Very happy to be included in your PULSE Village, Chad! I’m expecting to see some pictures of you doing yoga in Vietnam! 🙂 Would be interesting to know if the Starbucks baristas in Vietnam get your order right! Chai latte misto with three Splendas?

  2. Hey! Those of us in your village…we’re like your ‘Village People’!! Excellent!! Bad joke – I know. Couldn’t resist. Enjoy the journey and continue ‘livin’ the dream’!

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