President Donald Trump proposed his intent to nominate Kenneth Juster as the new ambassador of US to India, yesterday. 62 year old, Kenneth Juster is the Deputy Assistant to the US president for the International Economic Affairs and Deputy Director of his National Economic Council and it is believed that he would replace Richard Verma if nominated by the Senate. The position of the ambassador was lying vacant since January 20, When Trump took the pledge as the 45th president of the United States.
Talking about Juster’s works and servings, he served as Under Secretary of Commerce from 2001-2005, Counsellor  (acting)  of the State Department from 1992-1993. He also served as the Chairman of the Harvard University’s  Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and as a Vice Chairman of The Asia Foundation. His list of works for Public servings doesn’t end here it goes on. His contribution in the private sector has been commendable. He has been a partner at the investment firm Warburg Pincus LLC, Executive Vice President at and also as a senior partner at the law firm Arnold and Porter.
Apart from all his works he is a person who holds a good amount of knowledge as well. Juster holds a law degree from Harvard Law School and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the John F Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
His career has spanned over 35 years in government, law, business, finance and international affairs.