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Irvin Hicks, American, Malian Ambassador.


Hicks, Irvin was born on May 16, 1938 in Baltimore.


Student, Foreign Service Institute, 1964, 70;student, United States War College, 1982-1983;Bachelor, U. Maryland., 1983.


Joined, Foreign Svc., Department State, 1962;committee clerk, accountants assistant, Foreign Svc., Department State, Libreville, Gabon, 1962-1964;accounts assistant, Foreign Svc., Department State, Bamako, Mali, 1964-1965;budget and fiscal specialist, Foreign Svc., Department State, Bamako, Mali, 1965-1966;post management assistant, Department State, 1966-1967;administrative support officer, Department State, 1967-1968, 69-70;budget director, Community Development Agency, 1968-1969;administrative officer, Department State, Bangui, Central African Republic, 1970-1973;administrative officer, Department State, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, 1975-1977;administrative officer, United States Mission in Berlin, 1977-1980;deputy chief of Mission, American Embassy, Lome, Toga, 1980-1981;charge d'affaires, American Embassy, Lome, Toga, 1981-1982;deputy executive director, Bureau African Affairs, Department State, 1983-1985;United States ambassador to Republic of Seychelles, 1985-1987;secretary assistant secretary personnel, Department State, 1987-1989;department assistant secretary African affairs, Department State, 1989-1991;area advisor, 46th Session of United Nations General Assembly, 1991-1992;deputy representative of the United States, Security Council, United Nations, 1992-1993;United States ambassador to Ethiopia, 1993-1996; M C.


Divorced; 3 children.