Noah B. Mamet served as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Argentina from 2014-2017 during President Obama’s second term. Ambassador Mamet was awarded the Medal of San Martin at the rank of Great Cross by the government of Argentina, only the third American in over 200 years to receive such a distinction.
During Ambassador Mamet’s time in Argentina, bi-lateral relations between the U.S. and Argentina improved dramatically by initially focusing on science, technology, renewable energy, and educational exchanges and later adding security cooperation, counter-narcotics and climate change programs. His efforts resulted in a special “Corporate Citizenship Award” from the American Chamber of Commerce and the “Bridges of the Americas” award.
Ambassador Mamet also led the first of its kind Argentine delegation of both public and private sector leaders to California to further build economic ties through technology, innovation and clean energy.
Under his leadership, the U.S. Embassy was the first embassy in Argentina to install renewable energy through the use of solar panels and became the first embassy in the world to instal a wind turbine.
Previously, Ambassador Mamet was the founder of a business consulting firm, NMA Partners, with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco. The firm represented numerous business clients including Tesla, SpaceX, City National Bank, and the Clinton Foundation, among others.
He has served on the National Finance Committees for President Obama as well as President Biden. In 2020 he Co- Chaired ‘Ambassadors For Biden’ and was a member of Biden’s LatAm Advisory Council.
Currently, Ambassador Mamet is Chairman for the Americas for Delphos International, a global leader in financial consulting, assisting companies in emerging markets access capital from international development banks.
Ambassador Mamet was a long time member of the Pacific Council on International Relations as well as the American Council of Young Political Leaders.