Robin Twyman took up his assignment as Consul (Business and Government Affairs), Seattle, in January 2013.  He has served in the United States since 2009, previously working at the British Embassy in Washington DC as First Secretary (Trade Policy, Business Affairs and Agriculture).

Born in Canterbury, UK, in 1968, Robin joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in 1987. His diplomatic career has seen him serve overseas tours in America, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. 

 

His assignments at home and abroad have covered a range of foreign policy, security policy and commercial diplomacy duties. In London, Robin managed the UK’s Afghanistan Counter Narcotics programme, led the FCO’s Falkland Islands team, and served as a Foreign Office spokesman. In Geneva, Robin was a UK delegate to the World Trade Organisation, covering trade disputes and the Doha Trade Round’s agriculture negotiations. 

Robin is accompanied in Seattle by his wife, Laura (from Cleveland, Ohio), and their two daughters. They enjoy travelling, music and outdoor pursuits.

ROBIN TWYMAN

UK Consul (Business & Government Affairs) Seattle

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