David T. Johnson

Born in 1954. National of the United States. Vice-President, Janus Global Operations; retired diplomat. Bachelor's degree in economics from Emory University; graduate of the National Defence College of Canada.

United States Foreign Service officer (1977-2011). Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, United States Department of State (2007-2011). Deputy Chief of Mission (2005-2007) and Chargé d'affaires, a.i. (2003-2005), United States Embassy, London. Afghan Coordinator for the United States (2002-2003). United States Ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (1998-2001). Deputy Press Secretary at the White House and Spokesman for the National Security Council (1995-1997). Deputy Spokesman at the State Department (1995) and Director of the State Department Press Office (1993-1995). United States Consul General, Vancouver (1990-1993). Assistant National Trust Examiner, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, United States Treasury (1976-1977).

Member of the International Narcotics Control Board (since 2012) [1]. Member (2012-2017 and 2022-2024) and Chair (2014 and 2018) of the Committee on Finance and Administration. Second Vice-President and Chair (2019 and 2024), Vice-Chair (2022) and member (2020-2023) of the Standing Committee on Estimates.

[1] Elected by the Economic and Social Council on 27 April 2011; re-elected by the Council for a five-year term (2017-2022) on 5 April 2016; re-elected by the Council for a five-year term (2022-2027) on 20 April 2021.


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