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Australian Permanent Mission to the UN
Deputy Permanent Representative

HE Ms Caitlin Wilson

Ms Wilson commenced her post as Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of Australia to the United Nations in January 2015. Before taking up this role, she served as an Assistant Secretary with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, supporting Australia’s Presidency of the G20 in 2014.

Ms Wilson has previously served as Counsellor at the Australian Delegation to the OECD in Paris, and as Law and Justice Specialist for the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands (RAMSI). She was also posted to Port Moresby as Second Secretary.

In Canberra, Ms Wilson has held a range of positions in DFAT, AusAID and the Department of Defence, covering multilateral and bilateral issues.

Ms Wilson holds a Masters degree in International Development from Deakin University, a Bachelor of Business-Management from Queensland University of Technology, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Queensland.

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