Amidst India's emerging role in galvanizing the economic and political development of Ivory Coast, Shamma Jain has sought to deepen bilateral cooperation in commercial, diplomatic and cultural relations in the West Africa region through a more coherent energy strategy, multilateralism and ever-closer economic links, including dramatic enhancement of the level and volume of investment exchanges. She belongs to the elite Indian Foreign Service
Jain previously was the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of India in Rome. She has also served in the Permanent Delegation of India to UNESCO in Paris and as Political Counselor at the Indian Embassy in Washington DC, where she dealt with bilateral political and strategic ties.
From 2003-2005, she served as the Deputy Chief of Mission in Manila, Philippines. Prior to this, she was the Director of SAARC with responsibility for advancing India's policy agenda in the South Asia region. Jain has also held diplomatic assignments in Turkey and Argentina.
Ambassador Jain was the 2009 Commencement speaker at the University of Liberia, where she was awarded an honorary doctorate degree. She also served as the commencement speaker for the British Institute of Management and Technology's 2009 graduating class. She has one son, Ishan.
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