Crispin S. Gregoire

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H.E.
Crispin S. Gregoire
Permanent Representative to the UN for the Commonwealth of Dominica Flag of Dominica.svg
Assumed office
1 October 2002
Personal details
Born 1956
Commonwealth of Dominica
Spouse(s) Elvira Oluchi-Gregoire

Crispin S. Gregoire (born 1956, Commonwealth of Dominica) is the Permanent Representative to the United Nations for the Commonwealth of Dominica. He presented his credentials to Secretary-General Kofi Annan on 1 October 2002.

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Gregoire was Director of Consulting and Training for Africa and Latin America at BoardSource in Washington, D.C. prior to assuming his position at the United Nations. He has worked in many organizations, some of which include Program Consultant for the Ford Foundation in New York City, Program Adviser to TechnoServe, Inc. in Norwalk, Connecticut, Acting Director for the New York City Department of Health, Field Office Director for the Save the Children Federation in Westport, Connecticut, Associate Producer for CBS News in New York, a Program Associate for Appropriate Technology International in Washington, D.C. and an Adjunct Instructor at Brooklyn College in New York.

Education[edit]

Gregoire has a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations degree from Columbia University and a Masters in Education from Howard University. He speaks fluent English and Dominican Creole French, and is efficient in Spanish and French.

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