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Students hear inside scoop on life in the U.S. foreign service
LAKEVILLE — Two American diplomats came to Salisbury Central School on Thursday, March 2, to speak with sixth- and seventh-grade students about their experiences representing the United States in places like Cambodia and Burkina Faso.
Mark Storella is currently a deputy assistant secretary in the State Department’s Bureau of Populations, Refugees and Migrants. Robert Beecroft is a semi-retired Foreign Service Officer with 35 years’ service.
The pair spoke earlier in the day at The Hotchkiss School. (Beecroft graduated from the school in 1958.)