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Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield Gaye

Diplomat

Florida A&M University

HQ Phone: (850) 559-3000

Email: s***@***.edu

Florida A&M University

1500 South Martin L. King Jr. Blvd.

Tallahassee, Florida 32307

United States

Company Description

Florida A & M University is providing an outstanding opportunity for Black women entering college in the fall of 2009. It is designed to address their absence in the field of computer technology. Dr. Jason Black is the Principal Investigator of a recentl... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President

BPIA Community

Affiliations

Career Member
the United States Senior Foreign Service

Education



University of Hong Kong School of Oriental Studies and Linguistics

B.A. degree
Intercultural Studies
Western College for Women

M.A. degree
Asian Studies
University of Hawaii

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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.


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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.


Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield Named BPIA President

www.iabpia.org [cached]

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.

...
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.
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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

www.iabpia.org [cached]

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.
...
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.


Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield Named BPIA President

www.iabpia.org [cached]

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.

...
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.
...
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.

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