Peggy Say, who traveled the globe seeking freedom for former hostage Terry Anderson, says she'll devote her time to the world's orphans now that her brother is free.
Say says she's signed on to do volunteer work with Friends in the West, a group that rescues orphans in war- and famine-ravaged regions.Her role will be "behind the scenes doing organizational things," she said. "No media work. I've had enough of that."
Say met with world religious and political leaders in her efforts to free Anderson, who was The Associated Press' chief Middle East correspondent when he was kidnapped in Beirut.
He was freed Dec. 4 after nearly seven years in captivity.