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U.S. [[Foreign Service Officer] and  [[Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs]]; formerly [[National Intelligence Officer for Africa]] at the [[National Intelligence Council]]; Senior Vice President of the [[National Defense University]] in Washington D.C. (2003-2006); [[U.S. Ambassador to Kenya]] (1999-2003), [[U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe|Zimbabwe]] (1995-1997) and [[U.S. Ambassador to Uganda|Uganda]] (1991-1994); received award for HIV/AIDS work in Kenya
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U.S. [[Foreign Service Officer]] and  [[Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs]]; formerly [[National Intelligence Officer for Africa]] at the [[National Intelligence Council]]; Senior Vice President of the [[National Defense University]] in Washington D.C. (2003-2006); [[U.S. Ambassador to Kenya]] (1999-2003), [[U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe|Zimbabwe]] (1995-1997) and [[U.S. Ambassador to Uganda|Uganda]] (1991-1994); received award for HIV/AIDS work in Kenya

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U.S. Foreign Service Officer and Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs; formerly National Intelligence Officer for Africa at the National Intelligence Council; Senior Vice President of the National Defense University in Washington D.C. (2003-2006); U.S. Ambassador to Kenya (1999-2003), Zimbabwe (1995-1997) and Uganda (1991-1994); received award for HIV/AIDS work in Kenya