Civil Service Secretaryof the Year
Stewart, lead secretary orransportation A airs in the Bureauo Economic, Energy and BusinessA airs, was cited or her hard work anddevotion to mission during historicaviation negotiations that contributedsigni cantly to global economic growthand international understanding.
Charles E. Cobb Jr.Award for Initiativeand Success in TradeDevelopment
John R. Beyrle
Beyrle, U.S. ambassador to Russia, wascited or extraordinary e orts workingwith American business and Russiangovernment o cials to successully promote U.S.-Russia trade.
Sue M. Cobb Awardfor ExemplaryDiplomatic Service
Donald H. Gips
Gips, U.S. ambassador to SouthArica, was cited or his exceptionaland visionary leadership indirecting the mission and settingthe bilateral relationship on a new and improved course.
Award for Excellencein Labor Diplomacy
Kurt W. Aufderheide
Auderheide, a political-military o cerin Baghdad, was cited or outstandingreporting on labor issues throughoutSouth China in the atermath o theglobal nancial crisis and China’seconomic recovery.
James A. Baker III C. Howard Wilkins Jr.Award for OutstandingDeputy Chief ofMission
David E. Lindwall
Lindwall, DCM in Port-au-Prince,was cited or saving lives throughhis personal courage, extraordinary service and outstanding initiative inmanaging the embassy’s immediateresponse to the devastating earthquakeo Jan. 12, 2010.
Warren ChristopherAward for OutstandingAchievement inGlobal Aﬀ airs
Eleanor J. Nagy
Nagy, ormer director o the O ceo Europe, Central Asia and theAmericas in the Bureau o Population,Reugees and Migration, was citedor her humanitarian initiativesin Europe, Central Asia and theAmericas, including lie-savingresponse and human rights advocacy or reugees, victims o conf ict andother vulnerable populations.