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Eileen Malloy at a Soviet missile destruction site in Saryozek, May 1990.

Eileen A. Malloy (born on 9 July 1954 in Teaneck, New Jersey, United States) served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian affairs in the United States Department of State. She served as the U.S. Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan from 1994 to 1997.[1]

CareerEdit

In 1975, Malloy graduated from Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service with a BSFS. She is fluent in Russian. Malloy joined the United States Foreign Service in 1978. She served in the U.S. embassies in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Kyrgyzstan, twice in the U.S. embassy in Russia, the second time as Chief of the Arms Control Implementation Unit, in U.S. Consulate General Calgary in Canada, and as the U.S. Consul General in Sydney, NSW, Australia. United States President Bill Clinton announced his intention to nominate her as the U.S. Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan on 12 July 1994.[2]

FamilyEdit

Malloy is married to James G. McLachlan. She has two daughters, Mary Kathryn Paegle and Christina Alana McLachlan.[2]

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