Kenneth L. Brown
Ambassador Kenneth L. Brown has been a Board member of Anvil Mining "since November 2006. He has a B.A and M.A in International Relations from Pomona College and Yale University, an M.A in Political Science from NYU and a Ph.D in Political Sociology from the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. Mr Brown is President of the Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training in Washington, DC. In the U.S Foreign Service, his positions included: Ambassador to the Republic of Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, and Ghana, Consul General in Johannesburg, Political Officer in Kinshasa, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, Associate Spokesman, Director of Central African Affairs and Deputy Director of UN Political Affairs. He is also a trustee of the Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust, Treasurer of the Global Alliance for Women's Health and former Director of the Dean Rusk Program in International Studies at Davidson College. Previously he served as a director of Pioneer Goldfields, Ltd. and as a member of the Senior Advisory Group of the U.S European Command. Mr. Brown is also a member of the Audit Committee." 
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- Directors, Anvil Mining, accessed September 1, 2008.