Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Guinea
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Catherine Inglehearn has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea.
Ms Catherine Inglehearn has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea in succession to Mr Graham Styles, who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Ms Inglehearn will take up her appointment during June 2015.
Ms Inglehearn joined the FCO in 1990 and until recently was Deputy Head of East-West Africa Department. Her FCO career has included a wide range of roles covering Africa, Eastern Europe and energy related issues, with postings to Kazakhstan, Slovenia and Italy.
On her appointment as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea, Ms Inglehearn said:
I am delighted to be appointed as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea. It will be a privilege to work with the government and people of Guinea at this difficult time to achieve long-term recovery following the Ebola outbreak. I look forward to strengthening the growing political and economic cooperation between our two countries, and to working closely with Guinea on a range of regional issues of importance to us both.
|Full name||Catherine Inglehearn|
|Married to||Christopher Jarratt|
|Children||One step daughter and one step son|
|2012 – present||FCO, Deputy Head of Africa East-West Department, Africa Directorate|
|2009 – 2012||FCO, Head of Energy Security, Climate Change and Energy Department|
|2007 – 2009||FCO, Head of Nigeria/ Central Africa Team, Africa Directorate|
|2003 – 2007||Almaty/Astana, Deputy Head of Mission|
|2001 – 2003||FCO, Desk Officer for the former Soviet Union, EU Department|
|2000 – 2001||FCO, Desk Officer for Stability Pact for Europe, Eastern Adriatic Department|
|1999 – 2000||FCO, Desk Officer for Serbia, Eastern Adriatic Department|
|1995 – 1999||Ljubljana, Third Secretary|
|1992 – 1995||Rome, Third Secretary|
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