Ms. Eileen A. Malloy - U.S. Ambassador (ret.) to the Kyrgyz Republic (1994-97)

Ambassador (ret.) Eileen A. MalloyAmbassador (ret.) Eileen A. Malloy was appointed by President Bill Clinton as the U.S. ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic (1994-97), then serving as the deputy assistant secretary for the Bureau of European Affairs (1997-99).In 1999, Ambassador Malloy was appointed by Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson to be his senior advisor on Russia and the former Soviet Union.

Ambassador Malloy was appointed to be the U.S. Consul general in Sydney, Australia, from 2001 to 2004. She then returned to Washington to work for the inspector general at the Department of State. Ambassador Malloy is the recipient of the Secretary of State's Award for Career Achievement and several performance and honor awards.

This event is hosted by Utah International Mountain Forum.

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Ambassador (ret.) Eileen A. Malloy giving a lecture to UVU students.

Ambassador (ret.) Eileen A. Malloy giving a lecture to UVU students.