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Former US Ambassador Celebrates Cambodian New Year @ Nixon Library

Join Sichan Siv (SIPA '81), former US Ambassador to the UN, as he celebrates the Cambodian New Year and signs copies of his book "Golden Bones: An Extraordinary Journey from Hell in Cambodia to a New Life in America". Admission is free.


 
When Fri, April 1, 7pm – 9pm
Where  The Nixon Library
18001 Yorba Linda Boulevard
Yorba Linda, CA 92886-3949 (
map)
Description Remarks, book signing, photos
RSVP  Call: 714/364-1161 or
E-mail: anne@nixonfoundation.org  
           
Sichan Siv was nominated by President George W. Bush in 2001 and unanimously confirmed by the Senate as a United States ambassador to the United Nations, serving until 2006. In June 2005, Ambassador Siv was present to mark the 60th anniversary of the U.N. in San Francisco, following a tradition set by Presidents Truman in 1945, Eisenhower 1955, Johnson 1965, Secretary of State Schultz 1985, and Clinton 1995.
From 1989 to 1993, during the administration of President George Bush, Ambassador Siv served as Deputy Assistant to the President at the White House, and as Deputy Assistant Secretary at the State Department. In the private sector, he has held positions in social services, educational exchange, financial management, and investment banking. Currently, he provides global strategic advice and gives motivational speeches around the USA and the world.
 
Ambassador Siv holds a Master of International Affairs degree from Columbia University. He escaped Cambodia’s killing fields in 1976 and was resettled as a refugee in Wallingford, Connecticut. He and his wife, the former Martha Pattillo of Pampa, Texas, spend their time in San Antonio, New York, and beyond...

Sichan Siv was nominated by President George W. Bush in 2001 and unanimously confirmed by the Senate as a United States ambassador to the United Nations, serving until 2006. Prior to that, from 1989 to 1993, during the administration of President George Bush, Ambassador Siv served as Deputy Assistant to the President at the White House, and as Deputy Assistant Secretary at the State Department. In the private sector, he has held positions in social services, educational exchange, financial management, and investment banking. Currently, he provides global strategic advice and gives motivational speeches around the USA and the world.

Ambassador Siv holds a Master of International Affairs degree from Columbia University. He escaped Cambodia’s killing fields in 1976 and was resettled as a refugee in Wallingford, Connecticut. He and his wife, the former Martha Pattillo of Pampa, Texas, spend their time in San Antonio, New York, and beyond. For more information, go to http://www.sichansiv.com/.
 

 


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