Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Haiti
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Sharon Campbell has been appointed Her Majesty's Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Haiti
Mrs Sharon Campbell has been appointed Her Majesty’s Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Haiti. She will succeed Mr Steven Fisher, who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. She will take up her appointment during October 2015.
Mrs Campbell joined the FCO in 1983 and has held a range of positions in bilateral missions around the world. Her work has covered a wide range of issues including political, consular and financial policy along with commercial diplomacy and corporate services. Her most recent position has been as Ambassador to Costa Rica. She has also previously worked in Ministerial private offices in London.
On her appointment as Her Majesty’s Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Haiti, Mrs Campbell said:
I am delighted and honoured to be appointed to this position in a country with such a long and distinguished history. I look forward to further developing our already strong political and cooperation links with the Republic of Haiti. Building on our existing links, I am looking forward to working closely with the government in Port-au-Prince on a wider range of issues of mutual interest and benefit.
|Full name||Sharon Isabel Campbell|
|Married to||Christopher John Campbell|
|2011 - present||San Jose, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Costa Rica|
|2008 - 2011||FCO, Deputy Head, Consular Resources Group|
|2003 - 2007||Brussels, Deputy Head, Joint Management Office|
|2000 - 2003||Caracas, Senior Management Officer / HM Consul|
|1996 - 1999||FCO, Assistant Private Secretary to Minister of State|
|1992 - 1995||Jakarta, Vice Consul|
|1988 - 1992||Dhaka, Third Secretary Management|
|1986 - 1988||FCO, Desk Officer, Finance Department|
|1985 - 1985||Warsaw, Third Secretary|
|1984 - 1985||FCO, Minister of State’s Office|
|1983 - 1984||FCO, Trade Relations & Exports Department|
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