A few things to know about me:
My name is Brett Claydon.
I was born and raised in Buffalo, New York.
My Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree, both of which I attained from the State University of New York at Buffalo, are in International Trade and Commerce. My focus was in financial services trade, international economic development, foreign direct investment, and geographic effects on global economies.
I am currently a Director and Business Development Specialist for Educators of America; a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit focused on connecting teachers to technology to improve student success and achievement.
Whenever you are reading this, my location will be within the southern African country of Namibia as I will be a CED (Community Economic Development) Volunteer for the Peace Corps.
The goal of this blog is to provide family, friends, colleagues and those interested in Namibian culture and the Peace Corps with insight into my daily/weekly/monthly activities, thoughts, and ideas. Oh, and the occasional food and drink that I come across in Namibia and Africa as a whole.
I will try my best to keep this updated as possible and do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or comments.