Updated September 27, 2021
lsabela Silk is the Director for the Office of Compact Implementation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Her position includes overall responsibility for all matters related to the Compact of Free Association with the United States. This includes reviewing Compact Sectors' performance, budget strategies, Compact legal affairs, and the implementation of the national foreign policy. Prior to joining the Compact Office, she was a Foreign Service Officer at the Bureau of U.S. Affairs where she analyzed political, social, security, trade and investment issues that affect or are of interest to the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
lsabela holds a B.A. in Political Science and Administration of Justice from the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
Interior’s Office of Insular Affairs Applauds 33rd APIPA Conference for Strengthening Public Accountability in Island Areas
Sep 22, 2022Ciara
The U.S. Department of the Interior’s Office of Insular Affairs applauds the Association of Pacific Islands Public Auditors (APIPA) on completing its 33rd annual conference, held virtually from August 29 to September 2, 2022. More than 500 government financial accountability officials attended...Read More
Sep 15, 2022Jason
The Palau Economic Advisory Group (EAG), newly constituted to provide recommendations on how the United States can best contribute to the long-term economic stability and resilience of the island, convened its initial meeting Aug. 22-26, 2022. The goal of this first meeting was to learn about the...Read More
Sep 12, 2022Jason
The 2022 Palau Economic Brief and Presentation is produced annually to present an independent assessment of the Republic of Palau’s economic performance and policy environment, as well as independently verified economic statisticsRead More
Aug 29, 2022Ciara
Carmen G. Cantor, Assistant Secretary for Insular and International Affairs, gives a warm welcome APIPA 2022 Conference participants.Read More
Photos from recent activities hosted by the Pacific and Virgin Islands Training Initiatives (PITI-VITI) in support of conferences, training and leadership development, are available below.