British Consul General in Miami
David Prodger took up his appointment as British Consul General in Miami in August 2014. David has served in a number of roles, both in the UK and overseas, within the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) since joining in 1999. Prior to this, he worked in the private sector as a land surveyor, project manager and business development manager. His previous post was as Deputy Head of Security Policy in FCO London where he led the UK’s European security policy including: NATO; the EU Common Security and Defence Policy; bilateral security policy relations with EU and NATO allies as well as other partners; conventional arms control in Europe; and UK space security policy. David has also served as Deputy Head of Mission and Consul General at the British Embassy in Brussels. Before that, he was Head of the Commercial Team at the British Embassy in Buenos Aires. He has also held other posts in the FCO covering the Middle East and Latin America. Prior to joining the FCO, David was a Chartered Surveyor, working with the UK’s national mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, on projects to assist international land reform in Central and Eastern Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean. He has also worked as a computer analyst in market research and in the upstream oil exploration and production business with BP and others across a range of locations from Papua New Guinea, the Persian Gulf, the North Sea and Colombia.