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David Mulroney Bio, Wikipedia, Age, Height, Net Worth: Facts to Know About

Is David Mulroney on Wikipedia? What is his net worth? How old is he? Here are the answers to all your questions about David Mulroney.

David Mulroney is a former Canadian ambassador for the People’s Republic of China. He was born in Hilax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Does David Mulroney Have Wikipedia?

David Mulroney does not have a Wikipedia page dedicated to himself yet.

However, he is featured on the Wikipedia page of “List of ambassadors of Canada to China” as an ambassador from 2009 to summer 2012.

Besides that, he has also featured in many news articles and interviews.

David Mulroney Salary And Net Worth Explored

David Mulroney has had a very long career as a government official. He started working for foreign services in 1981.

He was also appointed as the Associate Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and the personal representative of the Prime Minister of Canada at some point in his career. However, there is no information on David’s salary and his net worth has not been evaluated yet.

Quick Facts:

Name David Mulroney
Gender Male
Nationality Canadian
Profession Former Ambassador
Married/Single Married
Children 3
Education University of Toronto
Twitter @David_Mulroney

10 Facts About David Mulroney

  1. David Mulroney has a wife and three children in his family. None of their names are revealed.
  2. David wrote a book in 2015 titled “Middle Power, Middle Kingdom: What Canadians Need To Know About China In The 21st Century”. This book is about paying closer attention to China’s impact on prosperity, health, well-being, and security in Canada.
  3. David is active on Twitter under the Twitter handle @David_Mulroney. His Twitter bio reads “Crossing the river by feeling for the stones”. He has amassed 8248 followers on the platform (as of March 23, 2021).
  4. David Mulroney’s exact age and birth date are not available on the Internet.
  5. He graduated from St. Michael’s College at the University of Toronto in 1981 and joined the foreign services.
  6. In the same year, he did a full-time Mandarin training at the Canadian Forces School in Ottawa.
  7. He worked for 4 years in the Foreign Affairs Department in Ottawa as a senior official for Asia Pacific Cooperation.
  8. From 1995 to 1998, he served as an executive director of the Canada-China Business Council.
  9. He has also handled the foreign affairs assignments in Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Taipei, and Seoul.
  10. He was also assigned as a Deputy Minister for overseeing Afghanistan Task Force.