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Jun Bando

Special Assistant To the Commander, U.S. Africa Command

U.S. Department of State

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher In the Departments of Environmental Studies

University of San Francisco


Teacher In the Departments of Environmental Studies

San Jose State University


Postdoctoral Researcher, Genomic Variation Laboratory

UC Davis


Affiliations

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Diplomacy Fellow At the U.S. Department of State


African Affairs

Special Assistant To Assistant Secretary of State


Web References(3 Total References)


Fellow Directory | Robert & Patricia Switzer Foundation

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Jun Bando (2002)
Jun Bando (2002)'s picture Jun Bando (2002)'s picture Jun's graduate and postdoctoral research focused on the evolutionary ecology of marine invasions and the molecular population genetics of polyploid species. She has taught in the Departments of Environmental Studies at the University of San Francisco and San Jose State University. Her recent work has focused on international affairs and facilitating complex decision-making on national security issues. As a 2006-07 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Diplomacy Fellow at the U.S. Department of State, Jun served as the the science advisor for the Americas and later as a political-military advisor on African peace and security issues. Her responsibilities included a lead role in coordinating the State Department's diplomatic efforts to address piracy off the coast of Somalia. She later served as the special assistant and chief of staff to Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Johnnie Carson. Jun is currently a special advisor to the Commander of U.S. Africa Command, General Carter Ham.


Fellow Directory | Robert & Patricia Switzer Foundation

www.switzernetwork.org [cached]

Jun Bando (2002)
Jun's graduate and postdoctoral research focused on the molecular population genetics and ecology of endangered and invasive species. As a 2006-08 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Diplomacy Fellow at the U.S. Department of State, Jun served as the the science advisor for the Americas and as a political-military advisor on African peace and security issues. While a AAAS fellow, Jun had primary responsibility for coordinating Department efforts to combat piracy in the Horn of Africa. She later served as the Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. Jun is currently the Special Advisor for Strategic Issues to the Commander of U.S. Africa Command.


Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation Environmental Programs

www.switzernetwork.org [cached]

Jun Bando
UC Davis - Ecology, Marine Emphasis Jun's graduate and postdoctoral research focused on the molecular population genetics and ecology of endangered and invasive species. As a 2006-08 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Diplomacy Fellow at the U.S. Department of State, Jun served as the the science advisor for the Americas and later as a political-military advisor on African peace and security issues. Her responsibilities at the Department of State included coordinating Department efforts to combat piracy in the Horn of Africa. Following her AAAS fellowship, Jun was the Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. She currently serves as the Special Advisor on Strategic Issues to the Commander of U.S. Africa Command.


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