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Jeanine E. Jackson

Iraq Management Officer

the State Department

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Employment History

US Africa Sister Cities Foundation Inc


US Ambassador To Malawi

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U.S. Foreign Service


Minister Counselor for Management

U.S. Embassy


Affiliations

Senior Foreign Service

Career Member


Education

Bachelor's Degree

Art Education

Hastings College


Master's Degree

Business Administration

Florida Institute of Technology


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Sheridan Media News

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Jeanine Jackson, of Sheridan, has been nominated to be United States ambassador to Burkina Faso in West Africa.
The nomination must be approved by the full Senate. Jackson is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, and is now coordinator for Iraq transition at the Department of State. She has also served as a diplomat in Afghanistan, Kenya, Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia, among other countries. Jackson is a longtime friend of Wyoming Senator and Mrs. Enzi, and all three attended Sheridan High School.


Republican National Convention Blog NYC 2004: President to nominate two appoint one 11/02/05

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The President intends to nominate Jeanine E. Jackson, of Wyoming, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Burkina Faso.Ms. Jackson, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, currently serves as Coordinator for Iraq Transition at the Department of State.Prior to this, she served as Chief of the Management Section in Kabul, Afghanistan.Ms. Jackson has also served as the supervisory General Services Officer in Nairobi, Personnel Officer in Hong Kong and as a consular officer in Jeddah.Ms. Jackson received her bachelor's degree from Hastings College and her master's degree from the Florida Institute of Technology.more at President Bush and Steven Browning or Uganda and Africa or Jeanine Jackson and Burkina Faso or American Folklife Center


Personnel Announcement

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The President intends to nominate Jeanine E. Jackson, of Wyoming, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Burkina Faso.Ms. Jackson, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, currently serves as Coordinator for Iraq Transition at the Department of State.Prior to this, she served as Chief of the Management Section in Kabul, Afghanistan.Ms. Jackson has also served as the supervisory General Services Officer in Nairobi, Personnel Officer in Hong Kong and as a consular officer in Jeddah.Ms. Jackson received her bachelor's degree from Hastings College and her master's degree from the Florida Institute of Technology.


David Ippolito | ThatGuitarman.com: Home

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"I don't think they've encountered a more complex situation in the past 50 years," said Jeanine Jackson, the State Department's Iraq management officer."You just don't know what you're going to run into every day." Monday's hand-over surprised Jackson and hundreds of others at the State Department who were still preparing for the embassy's first full day, which was expected to be today.Instead of celebrating, they fretted about tying up loose ends. "Security," Jackson replied when asked what most worried her. "It's so darned dangerous and there are so many people and it is a very high priority of the U.S. government that we be there." The loss of the eight armored cars, Jackson said, was a setback for the effort to build a fleet of about 250 armored vehicles for embassy staff. So far, she has been able to deliver only about 150 cars - which will be used every time an embassy employee ventures out of the U.S.-protected Green Zone in Baghdad. Jackson helped create U.S. embassies in 14 former Soviet republics in the early 1990s, after the U.S. established diplomatic ties with those new nations. She later worked to rebuild embassies in Tanzania and Kenya gutted by terrorist bombings in 1998, and recently spent a year in Kabul, the Afghan capital, living out of a converted shipping container as she helped reopen a vastly expanded U.S. Embassy there after the ouster of the Taliban regime. But this was the first time she had to handle both a transition from one government bureaucracy to another and put together such a large staff under such hazardous conditions.


07/02/04 (IRAQ/CIVSOC) UN Dues?; Tribunal Legitimacy; Svelte

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years," said Jeanine Jackson, the State Department's Iraq management officer."You just don't know what you're going to run into every day."Monday's hand-over surprised Jackson and hundreds of others at the State Department who were still preparing for the embassy's first full day, which was expected to be today.Instead of celebrating, they fretted about tying up loose ends."Security," Jackson replied when asked what most worried her."It's so darned dangerous and there are so many people and it is a very high priority of the U.S. government that we be there."The loss of the eight armored cars, Jackson said, was a setback for the effort to build a fleet of about 250 armored vehicles for embassy staff.So far, she has been able to deliver only about 150 cars which will be used every time an embassy employee ventures out of the U.S.-protected Green Zone in Baghdad.Jackson helped create U.S. embassies in 14 former Soviet republics in the


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