EXECUTIVE LECTURE FORUMBio: Görgens

May 6, 2009      [INVITATION ONLY] Dr. Lutz Hermann Görgens

Dr. Lutz Hermann Görgens
Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany
Atlanta, GA

Topic:  Economic Cooperation and Trade Relations between Germany and the Southern States of the U.S., with Special Emphasis on Mississippi.
 

July 2007

 

 

Consul General,
Atlanta, GA (USA)

July 2006

 

 

Deputy Consul General,
Atlanta, GA (USA)

July 2004

 

 

Head of Unit, European Internal Market Affairs,
Federal Foreign Office Berlin

August 2001

 

 

Head, Economic Section,
German Embassy Ankara (Turkey)

May 1997

 

 

Deputy Consul General,
Boston, MA (USA)

Nov. 1993

 

 

Deputy Head of Unit, European Parliamentary Affairs, Federal Foreign Office Bonn

May 1990

 

 

Political Councellor and Alternate Observer to the OAS, German Embassy Washington, DC (USA)

Sept. 1989

 

 

Fellow in Foreign Service,
Georgetown University, Washington, DC (USA)

Sept. 1987

 

 

First Secretary and Head, Economic Section,
German Embassy México DF (México)

May 1985

 


 

 

Desk Officer for Maghreb
and Arabian Peninsula Countries,
Federal Foreign Office Bonn

June 1982

 

 

Second Secretary and Head, Economic Section,
German Embassy Tunis (Tunisia)

May 1980

 

 

Third Secretary, Press and Cultural Affairs,
German Embassy Algiers (Algeria)

April 1978

 

 

Attaché, Diplomatic School,
Federal Foreign Office Bonn

October 1976

 

 

DAAD-Lektor in German,
University of Bradford (United Kingdom)

 

 

 

 

  • Dr. Lutz Hermann Görgens received his Ph.D. degree in German Literature and History from
    University of Tübingen, Germany

  • Dr. Lutz Hermann Görgens was born in Düsseldorf, Germany.  He is married with four children

 

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