Stanley Bronstein Interviews Ken Budd

KEN BUDD

Ken is the author of the critically-acclaimed memoir The Voluntourist-A Six-Country Tale of Love, Loss, Fatherhood, Fate, and Singing Bon Jovi in Bethlehem. Spurred by the sudden death of his father-and the realization that he’d never be a father himself-Ken volunteered around the world doing such things as working in New Orleans nine months after Hurricane Katrina and then teaching English at a rural elementary school in Costa Rica. After that, he worked at a special needs school in China, collected data for climate change researchers in Ecuador, assisted refugees in Palestine, and cared for orphans at a children’s home in Kenya. The Voluntourist tells the funny, emotional story of his volunteer journey.

Ken is donating all of his earnings from The Voluntourist to the organizations and places where he volunteered.

AUDIO INTERVIEW – ADDITIONAL LINKS ARE BELOW

Ken Talks About Wanting To Live A Life That Matters

Ken Say’s We Should All Dare To Be Stupid (Sometimes)

You Can Visit Ken’s Website At TheVoluntourist.com

Check Out Ken’s YouTube Channel For Videos Of His Voluntouring Trips

Contact Ken By Clicking Here

Check Out Ken’s BookKen_Budd_Book1

The Voluntourist

A Six-Country Tale of

Love, Loss, Fatherhood,

Fate and Singing

Bon Jovi in Bethlehem