GARY G. BAGLEY, Diplomat-in-Residence
U.S. State Department senior foreign service officer Gary G. Bagley has been named the diplomat-in-residence at the UCLA School of Public Affairs. A career member of the foreign service, Bagley began his career in the foreign service in 1984 and was posted as a consular officer to Embassy Buenos Aires, Argentina. As a management cone officer, Bagley's next posting was as general services officer at Embassy Nairobi, Kenya followed by a posting as management officer at Embassy Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Returning to Washington, he worked in the law enforcement coordination branch of the Bureau of lntelligence and Research and then as post management officer in the executive office of the Bureau of African Affairs. From 1995-1995, Bagley studied Ukrainian language at FSI followed by a posting to Embassy Kiev, Ukraine as management officer. His next assignment was as management officer at Embassy Lisbon, Portugal followed by assignment to Embassy Bucharest, Romania as management officer. Then he went to Embassy London as supervisory general services officer and while there was chosen to be the deputy management counselor. His most recent posting has been as management counselor at Embassy Madrid, Spain.