The Honorable William G. Greaves, Jr. assumed his responsibilities as Consul General of the Republic of Liberia for the Americas and Canada in October 2012.
Consul General Greaves, Jr. brings a unique portfolio of rich experience in government. Prior to his appointment as Consul General, he served as Assistant Minister for European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Liberia; Administrator for the Special Security Service (SSS), the special elite Presidential Guard Force, Executive Mansion, Republic of Liberia; and Special Assistant to the Economic Advisor of the Interim Government, Ministry of State of the Republic of Liberia.
He has also held the appointments of Deputy Chief of Protocol, Executive Mansion (Office of the President), Ministry of State for Presidential Affairs.
Education, Distinctions and Awards
Consul General Greaves, Jr. was educated at the AME Zion University where he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and at the IBB Graduate School of International Relations and Political Science, University of Liberia. His Master’s thesis is an analysis of the Rule of Law in International Relations.
He has also undertaken Development Diplomacy Studies at the Republic of Egypt, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Institute of Diplomatic Studies, Cairo; as well as Transformation into e-Government, National Management Institute (MNI), Republic of Egypt, Ministry of State for Administration Development, Cairo.
He has undergone a series of training in Protocol and Etiquette including at the Gabriel C. Dennis Foreign Service Institute, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Liberia; and completed training in VIP protection by the US States Department Advisory Team on VIP protection in Liberia. He has variously been recognized and awarded for his dedication and service to Liberian communities in the United States, as well as in Liberia.
Consul General Greaves, Jr. is a man of vision and relentless energy, coupled with profound humility and integrity. He is married to Mrs. Dionne Neejay Maxwell Greaves.
LIBERIA CONSUL GENERAL, Mr & Mrs. WILLIAM G. GREAVES, JR., HELD LUNCH FOR CONSUL GENERALS OF GHANA, ARGENTINA, NIGERIA, KAZAKHSTAN,SWITZERLAND, CZECH REPUBLIC, AND THE REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF FOREIGN MISSIONS OF THE US DEPARTMENT OF STATE, THOMAS G. GALLO
From Right to Left-Thomas G. Gallo, Regional Director of the US Department of State of the office of foreign mission, Consul General of Ghana-Joseph C. Ackon, Consul General of Nigeria-Habib Baba Habu, OON, Consul General/Ambassador of Argentina- Jose L. Perez-Gabilondo, Mr & Mrs. William G. Greaves, Jr. Consul General of [...]
Photo Gallery of the Participation of The Consulate General of the Republic of Liberia at the International Food Festival in New York
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