David Begnaud reported
in a Tweet that Linda Thomas-Greenfield, a native of Baker, Louisiana, will become the next UN Ambassador.

According to her official Department of State biography:

Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield’s 34-year Foreign Service career includes an ambassadorship to Liberia (2008-20120), and foreign postings in Switzerland (at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations), Pakistan, Kenya, The Gambia, Nigeria, and Jamaica. In addition to the Bureau of Human Resources, her Washington postings include the Bureau of African Affairs (2006-2008) where she served as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, and the Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (2004-2006) where she served as Deputy Assistant Secretary. - DOS


Thomas-Greenfield's long list of accomplishments includes a degree from LSU. We congratulate her on her forthcoming nomination.

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