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Julia Lyddon Gourley earned ...
Julia Lyddon Gourley earned her bachelor's degree from Ohio University in 1984.
Her professional career has led her to positions with the State Department and the Environmental Protection Agency as well as international conferences.
She led the U.S. delegations to meetings of the Rotterdam Convention on the Prior Informed Consent Procedures for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade.
She was also the State Department representative on the U.S. delegation to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer and the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management.
She has also served as the U.S. representative to the Arctic Council, and leads development of U.S. foreign policy in the Arctic region.
» Julia Lyddon Gourley, a ...
» Julia Lyddon Gourley, a 1984 Ohio University graduate who has had positions with the State Department and Environmental Protection Agency.
The first, Janet Hohn, was scheduled ...
The first, Janet Hohn, was scheduled to travel to Norway in a group led by Julia Gourley of the State Department to participate in a meeting on conserving Arctic animals and plants â€" which are under pressure from a changing climate.
My guess is that Gourley
would be that spokesperson, since the state department official presumably can be trusted not to engage in any discourse that might cast administration policy in a negative light.
The memos concern trips to be ...
The memos concern trips to be made by Janet Hohn, who is scheduled to accompany a delegation to Norway led by Julia Gourley of the State Department at a meeting on conserving Arctic animals and plants; and Craig Perham, a biologist attending a meeting in Russia about how to minimize dangerous interactions between humans and polar bears.
One of the two employees, Janet ...
One of the two employees, Janet E. Hohn, is scheduled to accompany a delegation to Norway led by Julia Gourley of the State Department at a meeting on conserving Arctic animals and plants.