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Ambassador Noel White

Ambassador Noel White

Ambassador Noel White
Representative to Political and Security Committee (PSC)

Career History:

2016-2017 Director, International Security Policy, Political Division, Dublin 
2012-2016 Ambassador of Ireland to Australia (also accredited to New Zealand, Fiji, the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea)
2010-2012 Director, Head of Press and Information, DFAT Spokesperson, Dublin 
2009-2010 Political Administrator, EU General Secretariat of the Council, Brussels (Advisor to 'Reflection Group on Future of Europe', attached to Secretary General's Private Office)
2005-2009 Director, Development Cooperation Division, Dublin 
2001-2005 Director, Institutional Affairs; relations with European Parliament, Permanent Representation to the EU, Brussels.
2000-2001 Political Administration, EU General Secretariat of the Council, External Relations, Brussels 
1997-2000 First Secretary, EU Division, Dublin 
1994-1997

First Secretary (Common Foreign and Security Policy), Permanent Representation to the EU, Brussels

Deputy Permanent Representative, Western European Union, Brussels 

1992-1994 Assistant to the Deputy Permanent Representative(COREPER I), Permanent Representation to the EU, Brussels
1990-1992 Third Secretary, Press Office, Dublin 
1987-1990

Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy Luxembourg

Deputy Permanent Representative, Council of Europe, Strasbourg 

1985 Entered the Department of Foreign Affairs as Third Secretary EU Division/Anglo-Irish Division

Prior to entering the Foreign Service, he studied at Trinity College Dublin (B.A. Mod Legal Science) and at the King's Inns (Barrister-at-law) in Ireland.