Daphne Titus is a devoted senior foreign affairs leader, United Nations (UN) Senior Women’s Talent Pipeline member, mediator and mentor with outstanding record of formulating, articulating and implementing U.S. foreign policy. She has served in every U.S. Foreign Service field (consular, economics, management, politics, public diplomacy), as well as in senior positions with both the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Mrs. Titus is a sophisticated multicultural linguist (French, Spanish, Swahili, Haitian creole, basic Arabic) and liaison, external relations professional, team leader, negotiator and program/resource manager. Mrs. Titus currently serves as a Confidential International Consultant providing confidential custom research, analysis and leadership/communication training for domestic and international clients. Previously she worked for the U.S. Department of State (DOS) and served as their first senior detailee to USAID’s Africa Bureau. Daphne has also served as Counselor for Consular Affairs, Nigeria; Diplomat in Residence for the National Capitol Region, Howard University, Washington, D.C.; Foreign Policy Advisor at Combined Joint Task Force-Horn Of Africa, Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti; Senior Advisor, Bureau of African Affairs, Office of Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs; Deputy Chief of Mission, Mission to the African Union (AU), and several other major roles. Mrs. Titus earned a M.S. in National Resource Strategy, Industrial College of the Armed Forces (now the Eisenhower School), National Defense University, Washington, D.C. and Bachelor of Laws, New College of California, San Francisco, CA and Legal Study Abroad, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.