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Frank Almaguer (born 1945) is a United States diplomat.
Frank Almaguer was born in 1945. He has served numerous in positions with the Peace Corps, USAID, and the United States State Dept.
Almaguer served in the Peace Corps from 1967-1983, as a Volunteer in Orange Walk Town, Belize (1967-1969), an Associate Country Director in Belize (1974-1976), a Country Director in Honduras (1976-1979), and as a Deputy Mission Director (USAID) in Panama (1979-1983).
From 1986 to 1996, Almaguer worked for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), as a Director of the Office of South American and Mexican Affairs in Washington (1983-1986), as a Mission Director in Ecuador (1986-1990), as Regional Mission Director for Eastern Europe in Washington (1991-1993), and as Deputy Assistant Administrator for Human Resources in Washington (1993-1996). In 1996, he served as Mission Director in Bolivia.
He served as United States Ambassador to Honduras from 1999–2002.
From 2002-2005, Almaguer served as Senior Advisor to the Pan American Development Foundation and United States Delegate to the 60th annual meeting of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, and worked as an international consultant on economic and social reforms.
Almaguer was appointed as Assistant Secretary for the Secretariat for Administration and Finance at the Organization of American States in 2005.