AMB Marc Wall
Ambassador (ret.) Marc Wall advises companies and governments pursuing opportunities in Asia, Africa, and the United States. A former diplomat who focused on international trade and security issues, he brings his expertise and strategic insights to bear to assist those in private and public sectors understand and navigate through unfamiliar commercial and political environments. His career included stints as U.S. ambassador to Chad, coordinator of reconstruction programs in Iraq, trade negotiator in China, Taiwan, and Japan, foreign policy advisor to the U.S. military’s Indo-Pacific Command, and member of the Secretary of State’s Policy Planning Council. He has taught at various universities, including the National Defense University’s Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy, and is currently a member of the University of Wyoming’s International Advisory Committee. He completed his undergraduate work at Princeton University and has graduate degrees from Columbia University and St. John’s College.