Kyle Seasly was a Peace Corps volunteer in Cambodia from 2015-2018. He spent two of those years teaching English at a rural public secondary school in Pursat Province and one year at the Teacher Training Center in Stung Treng. During his time in Cambodia, Kyle also pursed various projects: his education project about the Khmer Rouge received a Let Girls Grant; he organized the international WriteOn! competition; and he organized a WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) project that involved the construction of new hygienic facilities at O Ta Pong Secondary School. Most recently, he was a social studies teacher at Ayeyarwaddy International School in Mandalay, Myanmar.
Kyle holds a BA in history from Whitman College, where he focused mostly on US foreign policy in the 20th century. As a master of global affairs student, Kyle is is the recipient of a Donald & Marilyn Keough Fellowship.