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SARAH L. TIMPSON

Background

TIMPSON, SARAH L. was born on August 17, 1938 in New York, New York, United States of America.

Education

Smith College, United States of America, 1956-1960, Bachelor of Arts. University of Geneva, 1964, Certificate Bachelor of Surgery. Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, United States of America, 1965-1967, Master of Arts.

Spoken languages: English, Spanish, French.

Career

Deputy Assistant Administrator & Director, Program Support & Development Division, Bureau(s) for Program Policy & Evaluation (BPPE), United Nations Development Programme since 1991. Director, Division for Non-Governmental Organization, BPPE, United Nations Development Program, New York, 1987-1991. Project(s) Manager, Promotion of Role of Women in Water & Environment Sanitation Services, United Nations Development Program, New York, 1984-1987.

Chief, 1982-1984, Deputy Chief, 1980-1982, Country Program Division, Regional Bureau(s) for Latin America, United Nations Development Program, New York, 1982-1984. Resident Representative, United Nations Development Program, Costa Rica, 1977-1979. Deputy Resident Representative, Argentina, 1974-1976.

Various positions, Regional Bureau(s) for Latin America, Natural Resources Division, United Nations Special Fund, United Nations, New York, 1967-1974.

Membership

Member: Council on Foreign Relations. Amnesty International. Green Peace; Metropolitan Opera Guild.