Graham Webster is a career Foreign Service officer, and joined the State Department in 1995. He arrived in Paramaribo to serve as Deputy Chief of Mission in August 2016.
Prior to this post, Mr. Webster served as Management Counselor in the U.S. Embassies in Oslo and The Hague. Other assignments include tours at U.S. embassies in Manila, Asuncion, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Guyana. He also served as Staff Assistant in the office of Western Hemisphere Affairs in Washington, DC. Mr. Webster has received several State Department awards, including a Superior Honor Award and Meritorious Honor Awards. Mr. Webster speaks Spanish, Portuguese, and some Dutch and Norwegian.
Mr. Webster is a native of Miami, Florida. He received his Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Florida International University and a Masters in Latin American Studies from the University of Florida. Mr. Webster is married to Ana Laura Webster of Mexico City, Mexico. The Webster’s two adult children, Graham, Jr., and Ana, reside in the United States.