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An alumnus of the Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship program, Clayton Bond entered the Foreign Service on September 10, 2001. He is currently a mid-level officer in the Bureau of African Affairs. Besides two previous assignments in Washington, DC, Clayton has served in Colombia, India, Singapore, and Indonesia. He is the author of Djakarta Djournal: Adventures of a Diplomatic Spouse in Indonesia, and is working on a photographic exhibition of the beauty that still exists in his hometown, Detroit, Michigan.
Clayton has a master’s degree in environmental change and management from the University of Oxford; a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government; and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Hampton University.
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