In 2003 I left Minnesota and moved to Somalia where my husband taught Physics and English at Amoud University in a northern village. Since then, I have also lived in Kenya, France, and Djibouti.

We aim to be a part of community development that affects the whole person from education to employment to the spiritual life and physical health. Long-term change requires long-term investment and so, after fourteen years, we are still here.

We founded and run the International School of Djibouti, a Preschool through 12th grade English-based, American curriculum, internationally accredited school.

When I’m not working at ISD, I’m writing, running, cooking, hanging out with my kids, or visiting local friends.

Welcome to Djibouti Jones and please join the conversation.

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