Humans of the Embassy: Mohd Yafaridah

“My family has long and close ties with the U.S. Embassy. My father worked as a chauffeur for the U.S. government for 17 years. My sister was born in the Deputy Chief of Mission’s Residence in Swettenham Road. My five siblings and I grew up in the staff quarters of the then-Ambassador’s Residence, which is ...
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Humans of the Embassy: Sarbhpreet Sawhney, Federal Aviation Administration

“My first love is aviation and my second, international relations – actually, aviation is inherently an international career. As a young child, I was immensely fascinated with how things worked. I took apart all my toys and tried to make them fly. To me, it’s a miracle how mankind has found a way to take ...
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Humans of the Embassy: Stephanie Syptak-Ramnath, outgoing Chargé d’Affaires, a.i., U.S. Embassy Singapore

One of the highest privileges a citizen can have is to serve their country. I am honored to have spent my professional life representing the United States of America, whether in the Navy or as an American diplomat stationed around the world. These past three years in Singapore have been especially meaningful for me as ...
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Humans of the Embassy: Nikolina Kulidzan, Public Affairs Section

“Like everyone, I am many things: a daughter, wife, immigrant, free spirit, lover of books and nature, high-strung overachiever, person who will always speak English with an accent, and a woman who has grieved infertility. What makes each of us different is sometimes obvious but often not. For me, the surest way to respect the ...
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