“It was the hardest job I have ever loved”... along with being the Peace Corps tagline, those were the first words that came to Caitlin Daniel’s mind when asked to describe her experience as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Vanua Levu, Fiji. Caitlin, a Villanova alumna who earned her BSN in 2009, was first inspired to join the Peace Corps by her aunt and uncle who had both served in Lesotho in the 1980s. Caitlin had always possessed an interest in international issues, and in September 2012, she decided to pursue those interests and change her career path. Armed with three years of experience as a nurse in the Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and the support of friends and family, Caitlin began her two year commitment as a licensed healthcare professional Peace Corps Volunteer in Fiji. On February 24th, she returned to campus to share her global health story with seniors studying community health with Dr. Mary Pickett.