Katharine Khamhaengwong

Katharine was until very recently a Peace Corps volunteer in Georgia, teaching English and counting birds, among other projects, in a village in Keda, Adjara (a mountainous region in the south-west of Georgia, bordering Turkey). She would never call herself an expat, but has indeed lived in a place that she was not born in for the last two years or so. She is originally from Berkeley, California, but has lived in New Orleans, LA; Ibri, Oman; and Rabat, Morocco in the last several years. She will be moving to Bloomington, Indiana very soon for her master’s, but hopefully on to new countries shortly afterward.