Diplomatic Simulation - Freshwater Crisis: Energy Security and Economic Growth
Dale Giovengo, Ambassador in Residence-North Central (IN, KY, MI, OH) U.S. Department of State
International Policy Center and the Gerald R. Ford School Graduate Career Services invite Ford School students to participate at a simulation from The United States Diplomacy Center facilitated by Dale Giovengo, the Ambassador in Residence.
As a Foreign Service Specialist Dale Giovengo has held or managed numerous positions responsible for Embassy operations in France, Albania, Kuwait, Pakistan, Switzerland and Iraq. Dale most recently managed the Medical Services Support Iraq Program before joining the Diplomat in Residence team in 2017.
As a Human Resources Officer, Financial Management Officer, Management Officer and Contract Officer Representative Dale's cross section of experience has provided him with the knowledge of what it takes to make an Embassy work from day to day. He has been in a number of hardship postings including Iraq and Pakistan. The most challenging year of his career was as Management Officer of the General Consulate in Lahore, Pakistan, where he was one of twenty American in the city of 10.3 million. This was during the 9/11/2011 Bengasi incident that created much civil uproar and security concern. Dale was fortunate to be part of the team in Geneva during the Iran treaty negotiations. On a lighter side, and in one of the most memorable days of his career, during a visit to Africa in Mali promoting a Save the Children Program, the small village he was in presented him with a goat as a gift.
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