Senator Daly welcomes the appointment of Anne Anderson – Ireland’s First Female Ambassador to the United States

As Fianna Fáil Spokesperson for the Irish Overseas and Diaspora, Senator Daly extends his sincere congratulations to Anne Anderson – a highly experienced diplomat who has just been appointed as Ireland’s Ambassador to the United States.

“I genuinely look forward to working with the Tipperary-born Ambassador in the future on behalf of the Irish abroad and our diaspora across the Atlantic, a truly deserved appointment.”

Ms. Anderson, born in Tipperary, has held diplomatic positions including Irish permanent representative to the United Nations in Geneva (1995), Irish representative to the European Union in Brussels (2001), Ambassador to France (2005) and has just completed four years as Ireland’s permanent representative to the United Nations in New York.

Senator Daly would also like to thank former Ambassador Michael Collins, who has been appointed as Irish Ambassador to Germany, for his outstanding work during his time in the position.

Anne Anderson with President and Mrs. Obama during a reception at the Metropolitan Museum in New York in 2009. Photo by The White House

Anne Anderson with President and Mrs. Obama during a reception at the Metropolitan Museum in New York in 2009.
Photo by The White House

Irish Central: Anne Anderson appointed as Ireland’s first Female Ambassador to the Unites States

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