Sir Jeremy Greenstock
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"Jeremy Greenstock is the Director of the Ditchley Foundation, the Conference Centre in Oxfordshire which focuses on international policy issues of particular interest to the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada.
"Born in 1943, Sir Jeremy was educated at Harrow School and Worcester College, Oxford. His principal career was with the British Diplomatic Service, ending as UK Permanent Representative at the United Nations in New York (1998-2003) and then, after a suspension of his retirement, as the UK Special Envoy for Iraq (September 2003-March 2004).
"After three years as an Assistant Master at Eton College, he joined the Diplomatic Service in 1969. The two themes of his career were the Middle East and US/Western European Relations.
"Sir Jeremy took up his position as Director of the Ditchley Foundation in August 2004. He also works as a Special Adviser to the BP Group, is a Non-Executive Director of De La Rue and a Trustee of the International Rescue Committee (UK). He is married with three grown-up children. " 
- Advisory Board, Renaissance Weekend
- International Advisory Group, Center on International Cooperation
Resources and articles
- Trustees, International Rescue Committee-UK, accessed January 27, 2011.