Ambassador Chapman covered a broad range of topics in his discussion on U.S.-Ecuador bilateral relations. One of the topics highlighted was how the U.S. government plans to work with the current and new Ecuadorean government to collaborate on increasing economic prosperity by facilitating trade, encouraging investment, and improving the business climate. Q&A to follow presentation.
Hon. Todd C. Chapman
Ambassador of the United States to Ecuador
Ambassador Todd C. Chapman was appointed to his post as Ambassador of the U.S. to Ecuador in January, 2016.
Ambassador Chapman has dedicated his career to the U.S. Foreign Service. Previously, he served as Acting Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary; Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia from 2011-2014; Senior Deputy Coordinator for Development and Economic Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan; among many other posts.
Ambassador Chapman received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and a master’s degree from the National Intelligence University. Prior to joining the Foreign Service, he worked in New York and Saudi Arabia as a commercial banker.
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