Georgina Butler

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(diplomat, propagandist, politician)
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Born30 November 1945

Georgina Butler is a UK diplomat and propagandist turned Conservative party politician.

Career

  • September 2010 — (1 month) Clerk The Worshipful Company of Fletchers (Public Relations and Communications industry)
  • August 2010 — (2 months) Assistant Director Centre for Political and Diplomatic Studies (Professional Training & Coaching industry)
  • August 2010 — (2 months) Chairman Denys Holland Scholarship Fund, University College London
  • July 2010 — (3 months) Leader International Committee European Union of Women British Section
  • September 2009 — (1 year 1 month) On approved list of candidates Conservative Party 'Still hoping for a constituency'
  • 2006 — (4 years ) Election Observer ERIS
  • 2007 — 2009 (2 years ) British Consul Tangier Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • March 2002 — June 2006 (4 years 4 months) British Ambassador to Costa Rica and Nicaragua Foreign and Commonwealth Office[1] Took over from Peter Spiceley who retired.
  • 1999-2002 FCO (Deputy Head, Latin America and Caribbean Department)
  • 1997-1999 (in Washington)
  • 1996-1997 UK (London Office of the European Commission, Information Correspondent)
  • 1993-1996 BRUSSELS and LONDON (Forum Europe, Conference organiser)
  • 1988-1991 (in New Delhi)
  • 1985-1987 UK (Information Department, Head of BBC World Service then Assistant Head, Information Department)
  • 1982-1984 BRUSSELS (secondment to European Commission on Association Agreements with Syria, Jordon, Lebanon and aid to Palestinians)
  • 1981 BRUSSELS (UK Presidency, locally engaged)
  • 1976-1978 NEW YORK (Yearbook Editor, United Nations Secretariat)
  • 1971-1975 FCO (Southern European Department, Second later First Secretary)
  • 1969-1970 PARIS (Third Secretary)
  • 1968 Entered FCO[2]

30 November 1945|


References

  1. LinkedIn Georgina Butler, accessed 18 September 2010
  2. Hermes Database September 4, 2001 Foreign And Commonwealth Office - Visit To Gibraltar By Peter Hain Mp, Minister For Europe : 6 September 2001 - Denis Macshane To Visit Hong Kong, New Zealand And Australia - Change Of Ambassador At San Jose - Ministerial Engagements Visit To Gibraltar By Peter Hain Mp, Minister For Europe : 6 September 2001