Consulate General Peshawar
Gregory Macris, a career member of the U.S. Senior Foreign Service, currently serves as Consul General and principal officer at the U.S. Consulate General in Peshawar, Pakistan.
Before arriving in Pakistan in September 2020, Greg was political counselor and acting deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Mission to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Vienna. Prior foreign assignments include a tour as political/economic Counselor and acting DCM at U.S. Embassy Lisbon, Portugal; three years as political counselor at U.S. Embassy Nicosia, Cyprus; political officer tours in Madrid, Spain and Quito, Ecuador; a consular job in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; and leading a Provincial Reconstruction Team in Parwan, Afghanistan.
Domestically, he worked as deputy director in the State Department’s Office of Western European Affairs; served two tours in State’s Operations Center; and worked as a staff assistant in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs.
Greg is a 2012 distinguished graduate of the National War College and holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and Economics from James Madison University. He is the recipient of eight Department Superior Honor Awards, the 2012 Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Strategic Writing Award, and the 2007 Sinclaire Award for hard language study. He speaks Portuguese, Greek, Spanish, and some German.
A native of Washington DC, Greg is married and a father to three children, one residing in Vienna and two in the United States. His pastimes include automobiles, travel, and golf.