Official photo of Gips c.2009
|United States Ambassador to South Africa|
31 July 2009 – 2 January 2013
|Preceded by||Eric M. Bost|
|Succeeded by||Patrick Gaspard|
|Born||February 1, 1960|
|Spouse(s)||Elizabeth Berry Gips|
|Children||Sam, Peter, Ben|
|Alma mater||Princeton Day School|
Yale School of Management.
Donald Henry Gips (born February 1, 1960) is the former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of South Africa from 2009-2013. Ambassador Gips was appointed by President Barack Obama on June 4 and confirmed by the Senate on July 7, 2009. He presented his credentials to South African President Jacob Zuma on October 1, 2009. He served until January 2, 2013.
Previously he was the Divisional Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development for Level 3 Communications and Director of Mindspeed Technologies. He was also on the advisory board for President Barack Obama's presidential transition team.
He is married to Elizabeth Berry and has three children: Sam, Peter and Ben.
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