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Goldberg, Philip S.
Charge d'Affaires, Chile
Term of Appointment: 07/23/2001 to present

Chargé d'Affaires Philip S. Goldberg arrived in Santiago on July 23, 2001.

Mr. Goldberg, a career Foreign Service Officer, previously served as acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs. Previously, he had been a senior member of the State Department team handling the transition from the Clinton to Bush administrations.

Mr. Goldberg served as a Special Assistant (1996-1998) and then Executive Assistant and Chief of Staff (1998-2000) to Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott. From 1994-96 Mr. Goldberg was the Department's Bosnia Desk Officer and a Special Assistant to Ambassador Richard Holbrooke. In the latter capacity, he was a member of the American negotiating team in the lead-up to the Dayton Peace Conference and Chief of Staff for the American Delegation at Dayton.

Mr. Goldberg has served overseas as a consular and political officer at the U.S. Embassy in Bogota, Colombia, and political-economic officer in Pretoria, South Africa.

Before joining the Foreign Service, Mr. Goldberg worked for several years as a liaison officer between the City of New York and the United Nations and consular communities. Mr. Goldberg is a native of Boston, Massachusetts and a graduate of Boston University.


Released on January 7, 2002

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