Nasir Wilson ’15
Nasir Wilson, THS C/O 2015, graduated from the University of Delaware in 2019 where he received his B.A. in Political Science and Criminal Justice. In May 2021, he graduated from the American University School of International Service (SIS) where he received his M.A. in United States Foreign Policy and National Security (USFP).
He is a 2019 Pickering Fellow and former Pathways Intern. When he was selected as a Pickering Fellow, he was only the second person in UD’s history to receive the award. He has worked at the United States Department of State for the last 5 years in various bureaus such as the Bureau of Administration (A), the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation (ISN), the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA), and most recently, the Secretary's Executive Secretariat Staff (S/ES-S).
In S/ES-S, he served as the Department's Congressional Reports Coordinator where he helped the Department significantly reduce its overdue reports, as administration priorities for Secretaries Pompeo and Blinken. He is the recipient of various State Department awards such as the Superior and Meritorious Honor Awards as well as the Franklin Award.
Currently, Nasir is a management-coned Foreign Service Officer (FSO), aka diplomat, posted to U.S. Embassy Antananarivo, Madagascar where he covers both Madagascar and the Union of the Comoros. He serves as the Human Resources Officer and a Consular Officer, with diplomatic titles 3rd Secretary and Vice Consul. He is multilingual in English, Spanish, and French.