By NAN Staff Writer
NEWS AMERICAS, NEW YORK, NY, Sept. 8, 2022: The Joe Biden administration has nominated a brand new ambassador to the CARICOM South American nation of Guyana to switch present Ambassador Sarah Lynch.
Nicole D. Theriot, a profession member of the Senior Foreign Service with the rank of Counselor and presently serving because the Principal Officer in Karachi, Pakistan, has been nominated to the put up because the time period of the present ambassador is coming to an finish.
Theriot faces a Senate affirmation.
The Baton Rouge-born Louisiana native beforehand served as Deputy Chief of Mission on the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Prior to that, she was director for Immigration and Visa Security on the National Security Council within the Executive Office of the President. Before that, she was Senior Advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Overseas Citizens Services within the Bureau of Consular Affairs.
Theriot was additionally Political Counselor on the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan; Principal Officer in Casablanca, Morocco; and Bureau of Consular Affairs’ Supervisory Regional Consular Officer in Frankfurt, Germany.
Her abroad assignments have included Internal Politics Chief in Islamabad, Pakistan; Consul General in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean; Deputy Consular Chief in Baghdad, Iraq; Non-immigrant Visa Chief in Montreal, Canada; Consular Officer in Paris, France; and Information Officer in Lagos, Nigeria. Theriot is the recipient of quite a few State Department efficiency awards, together with a Senior Foreign Service Performance award.
She holds a B.A. diploma from Louisiana State University and a Master’s diploma in International Relations from Vanderbilt University and is fluent in French and Urdu.