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Change of British High Commissioner to The Bahamas - August 2019

Mrs Sarah Dickson has been appointed High Commissioner to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, as we open our resident High Commission in Nassau.

Mrs Sarah Dickson has been appointed High Commissioner to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, as we open our resident High Commission in Nassau.

Mrs Sarah Dickson has been appointed High Commissioner to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, as we open our resident High Commission in Nassau.

Mrs Sarah Dickson has been appointed High Commissioner to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, as we open our resident High Commission in Nassau.

She will succeed the current, non-resident High Commissioner, Mr Asif Ahmad CMG, who will remain High Commissioner to Jamaica.

Mrs Dickson will take up her appointment during August 2019.

CURRICULUM VITAE

Full name: Sarah Dickson

Married to: Philip Dickson

Children: Two daughters

2015 to present Scotch Whisky Association, International Director (London)
2012 to 2015 Guatemala City, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Guatemala and Non-Resident Ambassador to Honduras
2009 to 2010 Madrid, British Embassy Chief of Staff, Spanish EU Presidency Project
2008 to 2009 Madrid, Project Manager, Corporate Change Projects
2005 to 2008 Madrid, Director of Communications
2004 FCO, Head of Consular and Africa Section, News Department
2003 to 2004 FCO, Head of Migration and Justice and Home Affairs section, European Union Department
2002 Madrid, First Secretary (Political/Military)
2000 to 2002 FCO, Head of International Security section, Security Policy Department
1997 to 2000 Buenos Aires, Second Secretary (Political)
1996 to 1997 Belgrade, Third Secretary (Overseas Development Assistance)
1995 to 1996 FCO, Desk Officer (Health and Social Affairs), European Union Department

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Published 31 May 2019