Making A Statement

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Making a Statement | Glenda Siegrist

“Being able to use my skills and knowledge as a nurse practitioner is a way of service that I never envisioned when I first started out my career.” Glenda Siegrist, DNP, MAC, NP-C is a Foreign Service specialist serving as director of overseas nursing in the Bureau of Medical Services.
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Making a Statement | Angela French

“My role supports diplomacy by educating and informing the American taxpayer, Congress members, policy makers, and others about how the Diplomatic Security Service supports diplomacy.” Angela French is a Civil Service deputy director of the Office of Public Affairs in the Bureau of Diplomatic Security.
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Making a Statement | Michael Cunningham

“When I landed there was a different feeling…there was a feeling that we had a job to do.” Michael Cunningham is a Civil Service lead studio engineer in the Bureau of Global Public Affairs’ Office of Live Video Programs. 
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Making a Statement | Claudia de Vieytez

“The Department of State gave me the opportunity to travel and train people around the world, that was one of my goals.” Claudia de Vieytez is a Foreign Service National administrative assistant serving in the facilities office at Embassy San Salvador. 
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Making a Statement | Alison Mann

“ really exciting when you find someone who has an interest and then you can talk to them about the work of diplomacy and diplomatic history.” Alison Mann, Ph.D. is a Civil Service public historian in the National Museum of American Diplomacy.
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Making a Statement | Maryum Saifee

“Being a diplomat means to me that you’re really serving a calling to a higher purpose.” Maryum Saifee is a Foreign Service senior advisor currently serving in the Secretary’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
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Making a Statement | Pablo Paganini

“Diplomacy is a relationship, its meaningful relationships.” Pablo Paganini is a Foreign Service office management specialist in language training at the Foreign Service Institute in Arlington, Va.
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Making a Statement | Michelle Yerkin

“My own diversity of experiences that I have brought to the job,I think really helps me connect.” Michelle Yerkin is a Foreign Service officer currently serving as chargé d’affaires at Embassy Reykjavik. 
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Making a Statement | Heidi Howland

“I did not choose public service as a career, I think it chose me.” Heidi Howland is a Civil Service public affairs specialist in the Bureau of Global Talent Management’s Office of Accessibility and Accommodations.