Ambassador Mamet Sworn in by VP Biden

Noah Mamet was sworn in as US Ambassador to Argentina by vice president Joseph Biden at an official ceremony held at the White House. Argentine Ambassador to the US Cecilia Nahon attended the ceremony.

Ambassador Mamet had previously taken the oath of office, in a private ceremony at the the U.S. Department of State. Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Assistant Secretary Roberta Jacobson administered the oath. Ambassador Noah B. Mamet was confirmed by the US Senate on December 2nd.

Ambassador designate Mamet has been a top advisor to various Democratic presidential candidates and numerous Senate, House and Gubernatorial campaigns. He was Senior Advisor for the House Democratic Leader, Congressman Richard A. Gephardt.

Ambassador designate Mamet founded the consulting firm Noah Mamet & Associates LLC in 2004, and over the last nine years he has provided consulting services for private sector companies and nonprofit organizations such as the Clinton Global Initiative, National Democratic Institute, Global Green USA and the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.

Ambassador designate Mamet has worked closely with national and international political leaders, including President Bill Clinton, Secretary Hillary Clinton and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. A graduate of University of California at Los Angeles, he lives in Marina del Rey, California.