Moises joined the AAFSW Board in 2022 and is responsible for all aspects of the SOSA. This prestigious award recognizes outstanding volunteer service by those under Chief of Mission authority at U.S. diplomatic and consular installations overseas.
A career Foreign Service Officer, Moises is a past SOSA winner himself, having received the award in 2020 for his work in Matamoros, Mexico. He was also the 2019 winner of the W. Averell Harriman Award for constructive dissent by an entry-level Foreign Service Officer. In addition to Matamoros, Moises has served in Port-au-Prince, Haiti as a political officer, in Washington, D.C. as a country desk officer and as watch officer in the State Department’s Operations Center. He is currently a special assistant in the Executive Office of the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, in New York.
Moises holds master’s degrees from Columbia University and the Hertie School of Governance and a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University.