Robert Charles Brewster Edit Profile
Student, Grinnell College, 1941. Bachelor of Arts Washington, 1943. Postgraduate, University Mexico, 1946.
Postgraduate, George Washington University, 1947. Postgraduate, Columbia University, 1948.
Foreign affairs analyst, State Department, Washington, 1948-1949;
foreign service officer, State Department, Washington, 1949-1981;
3d secretary, American Embassy, Managua, Nicaragua, 1949-1951;
2d secretary, American Embassy, 1951-1952;
vice consul American consulate general, Stuttgart, Germany, 1952-1955;
policy briefing officer, International Cooperation Administration
staff assistant to under secretary of state for economics affairs, International Cooperation Administration, 1958;
special assistant to under secretary of state, International Cooperation Administration, 1959-1960;
assigned, National War College, 1960-1961;
foreign service inspector, 1961-1963;
counselor, American Embassy, Asuncion, Paraguay, 1964-1966;
deputy executive director, bureau of European Affairs, 1966-1967;
executive director, bureau of European Affairs, 1967-1969;
deputy executive secretary, Department State, 1969-1971;
director personnel, Department State, 1971-1973;
ambassador, Ecuador, 1973-1976;
coordinator for Law of Sea, Department State, 1976;
deputy assistant secretary for oceans and international environmental and science affairs, Department State, 1977-1978;
inspector general, Department State, 1979-1981;
consultant, Department State, 1981-1989. Member District of Columbia Commision on Aging, 1984-1985. Board directors National Defense University Foundation, 1984-1987.
Member Committee on Research for Security of Future United States Embassy buildings National Academy Sciences, 1985-1986.
With United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946. Member National War College Alumni Association (president 1981-1983), Foggy Bottom Association (vice president 1984-1985, president 1985-1987), Diplomatic and Consular Officers Retired Clubs: Cosmos (Washington).
Married Mary Virginia Blackman, February 22, 1951.