Sally Grooms Cowal

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Sally Grooms Cowal

"Ambassador Cowal retired from the Foreign Service in 1995 after serving as Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago. She was a Career Minister and had also been Deputy Assistant Secretary for Latin America and the Caribbean. Ambassador Cowal's assignments included Minister-Counselor for Public Affairs in Mexico. After retiring from the Foreign Service, she became the deputy director of the United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) where she was responsible for the organization, public affairs and for heightening world awareness to the emerging HIV/AIDS crisis.

"From 1999-2001 Ambassador Cowal was the President of Youth For Understanding International Exchange and from 2001-02 she was President of the Cuba Policy Foundation. Since October 2002, she has been the regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean of Population Services International, a large NGO involved in social marketing of health care in the developing world." [1]

Member of the Public Diplomacy Council.

External links

  • "Biography", Public Diplomacy Council, Accessed November 2006.