Ghana has a new Ambassador from the United States of America in the person of Stephanie S. Sullivan.
She is a career member of the US’ Senior Foreign Service, having served for 32 years.
Stephanie Sullivan is no stranger to Ghana as she served as the Political Chief at the US Embassy in Accra from 1997 to 2001.
She is coming off a tour as the Ambassador to the Republic of Congo from 2013 to 2017.
She has spent half of her 32-year career in the foreign service working in Africa or on Africa policy in Washingon D.C.
The diplomat has also served as the acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of African Affairs after serving as the Assistant Secretary for Central African Affairs and Security Affairs from August 2017.
Stephanie Sullivan replaces Robert Porter Jackson, who departed as ambassador after serving since February 2016.
Robert Jackson, will begin his retirement after leaving Ghana at the end of 35 years of service to the United States.
By: citinewsroom.com | Ghana