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Edward M.

Ambassador Edward Rowell (October 13, 1931 - April 14, 2022) spent 38 years in the U.S. Foreign Service. He was Ambassador to Bolivia, Luxembourg, and Portugal, and Deputy Principal Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs. He also had postings in Argentina, Brazil, and Honduras. He is on the board of directors of both the Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training and the American Academy of Diplomacy, and Diplomatic and Consular Officers, Retired (DACOR).

In addition, he lectured on U.S. foreign relations, he was a business consultant, and was a director of Sourcecorp, Inc. (SRCP on the NASDAQ), a national outsource provider of document and information management services.

Ed grew up in central California, received a bachelor’s degree from Yale University, did graduate studies in history at Stanford, and completed the Sloan Executive Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business. He also served two years in the U.S. Army. Honors include the Presidential Merit Award and two Superior Honor Awards. He also received awards from both Bolivia and Luxembourg. Ed is married to Le Rowell.

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