Ambassador Mark Kent

September 19th luncheon: British Ambassador Mark Kent will speak on Diplomacy, Darwinism & Development

Mark Kent has been British Ambassador to the Argentine Republic since July 2016. He was previously Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand (2012-2016) and Ambassador to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (2007-2010).

He has served in the British Embassies in Mexico City and Brasilia as well as the UK Representation to the European Union, and Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE).

He graduated in Law from the University of Oxford. He gained a Master’s degree in European Law and Economics from the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium, and has a postgraduate qualification in Business Administration from the Open University. He has language qualifications in Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Vietnamese and Thai.

August luncheon: Victoria Noorthoorn spoke on The Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires: Trajectory & Transformation 2013-2019.

July luncheon:  Corporate lawyer Patricia López Aufranc spoke on Understanding the Gender Gap,

June luncheon:  Sofía Weil de Speroni, spoke on Invitation to the Unexpected.

May luncheon:  Cristina Pérez spoke on Dreaming Shakespeare “Such stuff as dreams are made on…” 

April luncheon: Juan María Segura  spoke on Education Crossroads: Problem or Trait?

March luncheon: Richard Barlow spoke on Learning with my Heart: A British Diplomat’s Experience.