Date: 02/01/2012 Description: Black History Month 2012: Jennifer Noisette - State Dept ImageJennifer Noisette has been a civil service employee with the State Department since September 2000 and has been a consular inspector with the Office of Inspector General since October 2011. She served on two excursion tours as the Consular Section Chief in Algiers, Algeria from 2008-2011 and Deputy Consular Chief in Georgetown, Guyana from 2006-2008. Prior to that she was an information technology (IT) OIG inspector from 2004-2006 where she conducted information security and management reviews of systems at nine embassies and four consulates overseas. From 2000-2004, she worked as an IT specialist in the Bureau of Human Resources. She was also a technical contractor with the Bureaus of Consular Affairs and Financial Management and Policy (now Resource Management) from 1997-2000.

During her time as a consular officer, she was nominated for the Barbara Watson Consular Officer of the Year Award and received several other embassy awards. She participated in the Lebanon Crisis task force in 2006 and provided TDY support after the Haiti Earthquake Crisis in 2010. She speaks French and Haitian Creole.

Ms. Noisette received her B.S. in management information systems at Kansas State University in 1996.

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