Philip S. Goldberg, American federal agency administrator, former ambassador.
Goldberg, Philip S. was born in 1956 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.
Bachelor, Boston University.
Former liaison officer between New York City and United Nations consular community. Various overseas assignments for Foreign Service including consular and political officer, Bogota, Colombia, political-economics officer, Pretoria, South Africa. Bosnia desk officer, special assistant to ambassador Richard Holbrooke United States Department State, 1994—1996, special assistant to deputy secretary, 1996—1998, executive assistant to deputy secretary, 1998—2000, senior member Clinton-Bush Transition Team, 2000, acting deputy assistant secretary for legislation affairs, 2001, deputy chief of mission Santiago, Chile, 2001—2004, chief of mission Pristina, Kosovo, 2004—2006, United States ambassador to Bolivia La Paz, 2006—2008, United States coordinator for Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolutions on North Korea New York City, 2008—2010, assistant secretary for intelligence & research Washington, since 2010.