Ms. Caroline Vicini represented European Union (2012 Nobel Peace Prize winners) at Educating for Peace 2017 Nobel Peace Laureate World Summit in Portland, Oregon.
Prior to joining the Delegation, Ms. Vicini served as Chief of Protocol, with the rank of Ambassador, at the Ministry
Caroline Vicini assumed the post of Deputy Head of the EU Delegation of the European Union in Washington, DC, on September 1, 2015. She oversees the daily management of the Delegation and steps in when the Ambassador is absent. She chairs the weekly DCM meeting, the venue for coordination between the 28 EU Member State embassies.
Caroline Vicini; Deputy Head of EU Delegation to the US - Delegation of the European Union to the United Statesfor Foreign Affairs in Stockholm, Sweden. During her five years in this position, she was the focal point on all issues related to the Vienna Convention for Stockholm’s 109 foreign missions, and in charge of all high-level visits to the Swedish government.
From 2008 to 2009, Ms. Vicini worked in Washington, DC, as managing director for the public affairs company, Kreab Gavin Anderson serving Scandinavian corporate clients. In the second half of 2009, she replaced the DCM at the Swedish Embassy in Dublin.
From 2004-2008, Ms. Vicini was the DCM at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, DC, a posting that coincided with the construction and inauguration of the new chancery by the Potomac River in Georgetown. During her tenure in Washington, she led the project team that developed the House of Sweden’s public diplomacy program, which will celebrate its tenth anniversary in 2016.
From 1999 to 2004, Ms. Vicini worked in security policy and military affairs at the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, first as Head of the Pol-Mil section and thereafter as Deputy Head of the Department of European Security Policy. She handled policy areasincluding: CBMs, defense material, the initial development of the EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP), and matters related to the intelligence agencies.
Ms. Vicini’s earlier postings include Algiers, Paris, and Rome, where she also worked at the headquarters of the World Food Program. She has a Master’s in Business Administration from the School of Economics at Gothenburg University. Caroline Vicini is married and has two daughters.