Change of Her Majesty’s Non- Resident Ambassador to Honduras
Ms Carolyn Davidson is to succeed Mrs Sarah Dickson as Her Majesty's Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Honduras
Ms Carolyn Davidson has been appointed Her Majesty’s Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Honduras in succession to Mrs Sarah Dickson, who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Ms Davidson will take up her appointment during August 2015.
Ms Davidson joined the FCO in 1986 and has served in Tokyo, Brussels, Bonn, Bangkok and Bratislava. She was joint British High Commissioner to Zambia, with her husband Tom Carter, from 2008 – 2012 and has most recently led work on international energy issues in the FCO.
On her appointment as Her Majesty’s Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Honduras, Ms Davidson has said:
I am delighted to have been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Honduras. The UK’s renewed commitment to the region makes this an exciting time to be working in Latin America. It will be an honour to take forward our strengthened relations with Honduras to advance our shared interests.
|Full name||Carolyn Jayne Davidson|
|Married to||Thomas Henry Carter|
|2012 – 2014||FCO, Deputy Head, Climate Change and Energy Department|
|2008 – 2012||Lusaka, British High Commissioner (job share with her husband)|
|2003 – 2008||Bratislava, Deputy Head of Mission (job share with her husband)|
|2000 – 2002||Bangkok, Senior Public Diplomacy Officer|
|1999||FCO, Deputy Head, Cultural Relations Department|
|1998 – 1999||Maternity leave|
|1997 – 1998||FCO, Assistant Private Secretary, Minister for Europe’s office|
|1995 – 1997||FCO, Desk Officer, Southern European Department|
|1993 – 1995||Bonn, Third Secretary Science and Technology|
|1993||Brussels, Stage at the European Commission|
|1990 – 1992||Tokyo, Private Secretary to the Ambassador|
|1988 – 1989||Tokyo, Economic Attaché|
|1987 – 1988||Language training (Japanese)|
|1986 – 1987||Migration and Visa Department|
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