Monday, July 5, 2010

Officially In: Alexander A. Arvizu to Tirana

The main boulevard in Tirana, AlbaniaImage via Wikipedia
On July 1, President Obama announced his intent to nominate Alexander A. Arvizu to be Ambassador to the Republic of Albania. The WH released the following brief bio:

Alexander Arvizu is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, rank of Minister-Counselor.  He is currently the Director of Entry-Level Career Development and Assignments in the Department of State.  Previously, he was a Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs.  He served as Deputy Chief of Mission in Bangkok, Thailand, and Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  His other overseas postings were Seoul, Korea and Osaka-Kobe, Japan.  His Washington service includes a detail assignment to the National Security Council, where he was Director for Asian Affairs, and as a Member of the 46th Senior Seminar.

A native of Colorado, Mr. Arvizu received a B.S. degree from Georgetown University.

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1 comment:

ralija said...

Great Job Barack.

Withers did not do any good in Tirana, he sided the socialist party every time he had a chance to do so, he was not constructive on any issue raised during his time here.