Noah B. Mamet

Ambassador of the United States to Argentina

Noah B. Mamet was confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to Argentina by the U.S. Senate on December 2, 2014, and accredited by the Argentine Government the following month. 

The Ambassador’s tenure in Argentina has focused on themes of innovation, entrepreneurship, renewable energy, and educational exchanges. Since arriving in Argentina, the Ambassador’s efforts have garnered him a corporate citizenship award from the American Chamber of Commerce and the “Bridges of the Americas” award from the Centro de Estudios Americanos for his work promoting educational, cultural and professional exchanges between both countries.

In March 2016, Ambassador Mamet hosted President Obama and the First Family’s historic trip to Buenos Aires, the first bi-lateral presidential visit to Argentina in nearly 20 years. 

Previously, Ambassador Mamet was the founder of a business consulting firm with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco. He was also a key advisor to Democratic presidential candidates as well as numerous Senators and members of Congress. During the 2012 election, he served on the Obama-Biden National Finance Committee and hosted numerous events with President Obama and Vice President Biden.

In 2007, he was a member of a high level international delegation to Sierra Leone, representing the National Democratic Institute, to monitor and report on the first openly democratic election since that country’s civil war. Ambassador Mamet has been a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy as well as the American Council of Young Political Leaders.

A graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles, he lived in Marina del Rey, California before moving to Buenos Aires, Argentina.