Leslie Núñez Goodman recently celebrated 13 years in the Foreign Service. She is currently the Public Diplomacy Officer for the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs covering the Nordic Baltics and Global Challenges. Her past tours include Lima, Peru; Lahore, Pakistan; Tbilisi, Georgia; and Caracas, Venezuela. Most recently she was the Public Affairs Officer in Riga, Latvia. Prior to joining the Foreign Service, Leslie worked in broadcast media and public relations in South Florida. Leslie is married to fellow Foreign Service Officer, Charles Goodman, and is a very proud mom of two sons: Jonathan, 22, who graduated from New College of Florida in Sarasota in May, and Jack, who is six and just completed kindergarten. She is a native of Miami and a proud daughter of Cuban refugees. She speaks Spanish (heritage speaker) and has studied Latvian, Georgian, Italian, Portuguese, and French. She has a B.A. from Brown University in International Relations and Italian Studies. She loves reading, music (plays the piano), and does Spanish-language outreach to parents with special needs children in Arlington, VA.
"Discover What Foreign Service Careers Await"
Baldwin School will host a presentation by Foreign Officer of the US State Department, Ms. Leslie Nuñez Goodman, "Discover What Foreign Service Careers Await", Thursday, October 3 at 6:00 pm in the VPAC. Ms. Nuñez Goodman will highlight career opportunities students may look into in the US State Department. She is an experienced diplomat with over 13 years in the US State Department, including numerous assignments in South America and Europe. The presentation will be followed by a Q and A session. This event is open to members of the Baldwin community, as well as students from other schools and universities. For more information, and to RSVP please contact Erin Moran.