My name is William Burriss, also known as Amine in my small Berber village. Prior to Peace Corps, I served as a Legislative Assistant for a good-hearted congressman from the great State of Georgia in the U.S. House of Representatives. There, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to deepen my understanding of foreign affairs and our country’s legislative process. But after three years in Washington, I was worried that the call to serve in the Peace Corps was beginning to fade away. Coming from a family steeped in military service on both sides, I had long hoped to do my part in serving the United States abroad, albeit by a different path. So, in 2016, I made the decision to take the plunge and join the Peace Corps in order to do my small part in waging peace in the world. I hope that you enjoy reading this blog about Morocco and my experiences here, and know that you are always invited to participate in the discussion. If you ever have any questions, concerns, or comments, you are warmly welcomed to reach out. I may be reached at itsmorococlock2017@gmail.com

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