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Fekitamoeloa Katoa ʻUtoikamanu[1] (born December 1959) is a Tongan diplomat who served as her country's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, where she also represented the Pacific Islands Forum[2], from February 15, 2005[3] to late April 2009[4]. Her concomitant ambassadorial rank was that of Tonga's ambassador to the United States, Venezuela and Cuba, and High Commissioner to Canada,[5] from May 26, 2005[6]. In April 2009, she stepped down from her ambassadorial duties, both in the United Nations and the four countries above, and was appointed Deputy Director General of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.[7] Ambassador ʻUtoikamanu is a graduate of the University of Auckland, receiving her Bachelor of Commerce in Economics degree in 1980 and her Master of Commerce in Economics in 1983. Prior to her appointment to the United Nations in 2005, she served in Tonga's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as Deputy Secretary of Foreign Affairs from 1991 to 2002, then as Secretary of Foreign Affairs from 2002 to 2005[8]. As Tonga's representative at the United Nations, Ambassador ʻUtoikamanu emphasised the need to address the issue of climate change[9]. She is married and has one child. External links The Washington Diplomat Newspaper - Ambassador Profile Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Tonga to the United Nations References ^ "INTERVIEW: FEKITAMOELOA KATOA ‘UTOIKAMANU", Islands Business, July 8, 2009 ^ "52nd Commission on the Status of Women", Secretariat of the Pacific Community ^ "NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TONGA PRESENTS CREDENTIALS", United Nations, February 15, 2005 ^ "Tonga's new Ambassador to the UN in New York", Matangi Tonga, April 16, 2009 ^ "INTERVIEW: FEKITAMOELOA KATOA ‘UTOIKAMANU", Islands Business, July 8, 2009 ^ "Fekitamoeloa Utoikamanu Presents Credentials", US Department of State, May 26, 2005 ^ "Tonga's new Ambassador to the UN in New York", Matangi Tonga, April 16, 2009 ^ "NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TONGA PRESENTS CREDENTIALS", United Nations, February 15, 2005 ^ "Statement during the Thematic Debate on Addressing Climate Change: The UN and the World at Work", Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Tonga to the United Nations, February 12, 2008 Persondata Name Utoikamanu, Fekitamoeloa Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1959 Place of birth Date of death Place of death