David Bargueño is a Foreign Service Officer with the US Department of State currently serving as Vice Consul at the Consulate General of São Paulo, Brazil. He previously worked as a Presidential Management Fellow in the US Secretary of State’s Office of Global Food Security, where his portfolio focused on US strategic partnerships with Brazil, India, and South Africa. His doctoral research at King’s College, London focuses on development diplomacy in these three countries. David earned his MA from the Council on African Studies at Yale University and BA from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. He grew up in the United States and Spain.
Updated May 2015
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