Office of Civil Rights
Washington, DC
February 2009

Date: 02/05/2009 Description: Black History Month, 2009: Todd Robinson State Dept PhotoTodd Robinson is a career member of the U.S. Foreign Service, having joined the State Department in 1986. Prior to his assignment as Consul General in Barcelona, Spain, Mr. Robinson was the Chief of the Political and Economic Section in the U.S. Embassy in Tirana, Albania. Before that, he was Deputy Counselor for Political and Economic Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic. Other overseas postings include La Paz, Bolivia (1997-1999), the Holy See, Vatican City (1995-1997), Rome, Italy (1993-1995), San Salvador, El Salvador (1989-1991), and Bogotá, Colombia (1987-1989). He has also served in the State Department Operations Center and as a Special Assistant to former Secretary of State Albright. In 1991, and again in 2006, he received the State Department’s Superior Honor Award.

Mr. Robinson was a journalist before joining the Foreign Service. He is a proud graduate of the Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Class of ’85.

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