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Consul General Margy Bond
January 20, 2022

Consul General Margy Bond in front of U.S. Flag

Margy Bond is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service with over 25 years of experience in the State Department, both at home and abroad.  She assumed her duties as U.S. Chief of Mission to the Dutch Caribbean and Principal Officer of the

U.S. Consulate General in Curaçao on January 20, 2022.

Most recently, Margy served as Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Central African Affairs after having been Director of Central

African Affairs since July 2020.  She was the Director of the Office of Economic and Development Assistance in the Bureau of International Organization Affairs from 2018-2020

where she focused on advancing sustainable development, economic growth, food security, global health, and the wellbeing of children with UN partner agencies.

Previous assignments include Deputy Director of Caribbean Affairs from 2016-2018 and Deputy Political Counselor in Kabul, Afghanistan from 2015-2016.  Margy also served in Mexico City and Madrid, and as a watch officer in the Executive Secretariat’s Operations Center, the State Department’s 24/7 briefing and crisis management center.  Other Washington assignments include desk officer for Venezuela, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs.

Before joining the Foreign Service, Margy was a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and worked for Catholic Relief Services in The Gambia.  Margy graduated from Harvard College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American Literature and from Georgetown University with a Master of Science of Foreign Service. Margy speaks Spanish and French.