Combatting Climate Change in East Asia and the Pacific
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Senior Advisor to the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, Office of the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate ChangeU.S. Department of StateWashington , D.C.
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs and Public Diplomacy and Regional and Security Policy, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific AffairsU.S. Department of StateWashington , D.C.
Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Bureau for AsiaUnited States Agency for International DevelopmentWashington , D.C.
Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy, Plans, and CapabilitiesU.S. Department of DefenseWashington , D.C.