Ambassador to the US Samuel Assefa of Ethiopia

Samuel Assefa is well educated person and most of the comments that I read so far are very bad and UN-Ethiopian.
So, in a nutshell, Samuel Assefa is one of the useless professors our country has produced.
A reproducible photograph of President Bush and Ambassador Assefa is available at.
The article mentions that Samuel Assefa was Vice presidet of AAU.
Samuel Assefa is another hipocrite who is terrified of losing such a lucrative job, a job so nice he gets to meet so many officials in Washington DC.
Samuel Assefa is an official representative of the Ethiopian government.
Dr Samuel Assefa is the current Ambassador of Ethiopia to the USPrior to his appointment,he worked with many organisations concerned with strengthening civil society.
Samuel Assefa is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Ethiopian Ambassador to the United States Samuel Assefa was one of two honorees at the Fourth Annual Benefit Gala of the Worldwide Orphans Foundation (WWO.
Ambassador Assefa has most recently served as vice-president of AddisAbaba University, Ethiopia's leading institution of higher education.
Assefa is a member of the Board of Directors of theEthiopian Orthodox Church Development Commission.
Assefa said the embassy had no hired guns lobbying on its behalf; an attorney working with Arnold & Porter represented Ethiopia on a pro bono basis.
Samuel Assefa said that the cooperation between the two countries has been growing steadily and is crucial for the peace and security of Horn of Africa.
Assefa is Chicagos new Director of Policy for the Department of Planning and Development, advancing Mayor Richard M.
Assefa is the new Director of Policy for the Department of Planning and Development in Chicago, advancing Mayor Richard M.
Assefa has taught Architecture at the California College of Arts and served on several civic organizations including the Green Buildings Committee of the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research, on the Board of Directors of the Architecture Foundation of San Francisco, and founding member of the Center for Art and Public Life at CCA.
Assefa received his BA in Architecture from the University of Illinois and a Masters in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Ambassador Assefa has also worked with a variety of institutions involved in strengthening civil society, including the InterAfrica Group, Center for Peace, Democracy and Human Rights, African initiative for a Democratic World Order, Heinrich Boll Foundation, and the Bonn International Centre for Conversion.
Among his many civic engagements, Ambassador Assefa is a member of the Board of Directors of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church Development Commission.