Children are the most vulnerable when violence, famine, or disaster strikes. But you can be there for them with your additional pledge of $4 per month!
Bring Hope in Disaster
Time is of the essence when disaster strikes a community. You can bring hope to the hard places in times of disaster by adding a gift below to provide support immediately through Food for the Hungry’s dedicated emergency teams.
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“I am passionate about mobilizing people of faith in partnership around the world to bring hope to some of the world’s most intractable humanitarian concerns.” Peter currently serves FH as the Senior Director, Emergency Response and helps guide global strategy, responding to some of the world’s most complex natural disasters and regional crises. Peter holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Bethel University in St. Paul, a master’s degree in Christian Studies from Denver Seminary, and a master’s degree in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School, where he was a Catherine Reynolds Fellow at Harvard’s Center for Public Leadership.rnrnHis previous posts included Director of Public Policy in Washington, DC, and Indonesia Country Director, leading FH’s relief efforts after the 2004 tsunami. Peter and his family spent three years living in Oxford, England where he also serves on the board of FH UK.rnrnPeter used to be a logger in Montana and still enjoys cutting and splitting wood when he can, as well as the warmth of an open fire. Peter and his wife Angela share a home with their daughter in Washington, DC.