ConGen Nuuk’s all-female team tackles Arctic challenges

An all-female country team takes on the challenges of the Arctic in the Department of State’s northernmost post—the U.S. Consulate in Nuuk, Greenland. The consulate reopened in 2020, reflecting a mutual desire to deepen the U.S.-Greenland-Denmark relationship and underscore the significance the United States places on the Arctic region as a whole. Post’s current programs focus on economic growth sectors, designed to strengthen the bilateral partnership, share best practices, and deepen people-to-people ties. From left: Public Engagement Assistant Nukaaka Hansen, Public Affairs Officer Eavan Cully, Political and Economic Specialist Louise Grønvold, USAID Senior Development Officer Elizabeth Feary, Principal Officer Joanie Simon, and Office Manager Pernille Kleemann (and not pictured, USAID Project Management Assistant Annette Donnelly) represented ConGen Nuuk’s team at team building event, October 2021.

Photo by Cynthia Brown

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