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Ambassador Piper Campbell joined the National War College faculty in August 2015. A senior career Foreign Service Officer, Ms. Campbell served as U.S. Ambassador to Mongolia August 2012 – August 2015. During that time, the U.S. and Mongolia signed an “Agreement on Transparency in Matters Related to International Trade and Investment” (September 2013), established a Joint Vision Statement for the U.S.-Mongolia Security Relationship (April 2014), completed one Millennium Challenge Compact and began negotiations on a second
From June 2011-June 2012, Ms. Campbell served as the senior civilian representative of the U.S. government in southern Iraq. Prior to her assignment as Consul General in Basrah, Ms. Campbell worked as Chief of Staff to Deputy Secretaries of State Jacob J. Lew and Thomas R. Nides. Eearlier, she worked in the Philippines; provided support to the three U.S. missions in Belgium (Embassy Brussels, USEU, and USNATO); and served in the State Department's Operation Center and the Bureau of International Organization Affairs. She worked on international security and humanitarian issues at two U.S. Missions to the United Nations and served as Deputy Chief of Mission in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She was seconded to a United Nations peacekeeping mission in Croatia and to the U.S. Agency for International Development. Ms. Campbell holds a Bachelor's degree from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and a Master's degree from the Harvard Kennedy School.
FUNCTIONAL EXPERTISE: Diplomacy, International Organizations, Negotiations
REGIONAL EXPERTISE: Asia, Europe