Our November Monthly Meeting will feature Mr. Bill Moeller, the new Consul General at the US Consulate in Munich. He will update us on the current and evolving US economic, political and diplomatic situations.
Please join us for a great evening with a special presentation and ample opportunities for business networking. Make sure to bring plenty of business cards !
The price for members (Eur 25) and guests (Eur 35) includes a delicious 3-course buffet dinner and two drinks. Receipts will be available.
Online registration is essential and easy: Just use the link below to register
If you have registered but finally can't attend, please help us by unregistering prior to deadline.
Here is some background on CG Moeller's extensive career in the US State Department and in the US Foreign Service:
Foreign Service Career –
Since 2012 - U.S. Consul General in Munich
2011-2012 - Director of Central and Northern European Affairs - National Security Staff -Executive Office of the President
2010-2011 - Foreign policy advisor to Senate Assistant Majority Leader Richard J. Durbin (D-IL)
2007-2010 - Head of the political-military and external affairs unit - U.S. Embassy Berlin
2006 – Afghanistan - first as the U.S. State Department representative at the German-led Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) in the northeast province of Kunduz and then as the political advisor at the PRT Office in the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) headquarters in Kabul.
2002-2005 - Political officer at the U.S. Mission to NATO, lead action officer on Afghanistan issues 2003-2005
1999-2002 - U.S. Embassy in Reykjavik, Iceland, where he headed both the political and consular sections.
1996-1998 - Trade and investment officer at the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela.
1993 - U.S. Embassy in Dublin, Ireland 1993 – beginning of Foreign Service career - consular officer and later political officer, covering the Northern Ireland peace process.
Prior to joining the Foreign Service, Bill was the Senior European Community/European Union analyst in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) at the Department of State in Washington, D.C.
1990 to 1992 - Presidential Management Intern at the Department of State with several rotational assignments, including as political-military officer working on NATO status-of-forces issues at the U.S. Embassy in Bonn.
1984 – 1988 - Military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army. He was posted most of that time with the 1st Battalion of the 10th Special Forces Group in Bad Tölz, Germany.
Education - Bachelor’s degree in political science and newspaper journalism, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York (1984) and a Master’s of International Affairs (MIA), Columbia University, New York City (1990).
He and his wife Nancy have three children.