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Ambassador Sylvia Gaye Stanfield

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Background

Employment History

  • Diplomat
    Florida A&M University
  • President
    Named BPIA
  • Career Member
    the United States Senior Foreign Service
  • Ambassador of the United States ,
    BPIA Community
  • at home
  • University of Hong Kong School of Oriental Studies and Linguistics

Education

  • B.A. degree , Intercultural Studies
    Western College for Women
  • M.A. degree , Asian Studies
    University of Hawaii
  • University of Hong Kong School of Oriental Studies and Linguistics
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Web References
UCF Office of the Special Assistant to the President for Global Perspectives
www.ucfglobalperspectives.org, 25 Mar 2004 [cached]
Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield Florida A&M University
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www.iabpia.org [cached]
Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield Named BPIA President
Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield Named BPIA President
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Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield Named BPIA President
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BPIA Board of Directors named veteran US diplomat Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield to lead the organization as President of the organization and Chairperson of the Board of Directors until the next election of officers.
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Ambassador Sylvia Gaye Stanfield was a career member of the United States Senior Foreign Service. In the course of her long diplomatic career, she assumed many high positions where she served both at home and abroad. Among her many years of services abroad, Ambassador Stanfield was the first African-American woman to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to Brunei from September 1999 to September 2002. After her ambassadorship ended, Ambassador Stanfield became a Diplomat in Residence at Florida A&M University and at Spelman College.
A native of Texas, Ambassador Stanfield earned a B.A. degree in Intercultural Studies from Western College for Women in Oxford, Ohio. As an East West Center grantee, she received an M.A. degree in Asian Studies from the University of Hawaii and continued her studies at the University of Hong Kong School of Oriental Studies and Linguistics.
News
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Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield Named BPIA President
BPIA Board of Directors named veteran US diplomat Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield to lead the organization as President of the organization and Chairperson of the Board of Directors until the next election of officers.
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Ambassador Sylvia Gaye Stanfield was a career member of the United States Senior Foreign Service. In the course of her long diplomatic career, she assumed many high positions where she served both at home and abroad. Among her many years of services abroad, Ambassador Stanfield was the first African-American woman to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to Brunei from September 1999 to September 2002. After her ambassadorship ended, Ambassador Stanfield became a Diplomat in Residence at Florida A&M University and at Spelman College.
A native of Texas, Ambassador Stanfield earned a B.A. degree in Intercultural Studies from Western College for Women in Oxford, Ohio. As an East West Center grantee, she received an M.A. degree in Asian Studies from the University of Hawaii and continued her studies at the University of Hong Kong School of Oriental Studies and Linguistics.
The Jacksonville Advocate - Article - state news
www.jacksonvilleadvocate.com, 14 Nov 2003 [cached]
Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield spoke to FAMU College of Law students in Orlando about rewards and challenges of a Foreign ServiceAmbassador Sylvia Stanfield spoke to FAMU College of Law students in Orlando about rewards and challenges of a Foreign Service
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Orlando, Fl- Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield , Florida A&M University's diplomat -in-residence, met FAMU College of Law Students on Wednesday and introduced them to the rewards and challenges of a career in Foreign Service.The U.S Department of State has assigned Ambassador Stanfield, a senior Foreign Service Officer, To FAMU.She is the former ambassador to Brunei Dar es Salaam ( Far Southeast Asia) and a career member of the senior Foreign Service.She held the personal rank of Minister-Counselor in her position as the ambassador to Brunei from 1999-2002.As diplomat-in-residence at FAMU, Ambassador Stanfield seeks out and encourages candidates for the Foreign Service.During her talk at the College of Law she talked about her experience at posts in Taiwan, China and Brunei Dar es Salaam, as well as the opportunities available worldwide to Foreign Service Officers.
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