François Delattre is the Ambassador of the French Republic to the United States. He was appointed Ambassador in February 2011.
He graduated from Sciences Po and ENA with a degree in international law.
He joined the French Foreign Ministry in 1989, he served at the French embassy to Germany, and in the Department of Strategic Affairs and Disarmament. He was Press and Communications Director at the French Embassy in Washington, D.C. from 1998 to 2002, Deputy Director of the French Foreign Minister’s Office from 2002 to 2004, French Consul General inNew York City from 2004 to 2008, and Ambassador of France to Canada from 2008 to 2011.
Charles Hammerman Rivkin
Charles Hammerman Rivkin is the current United States Ambassador to France. Selected by President Barack Obama, he was sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg following unanimous confirmation by the United States Senate on July 10, 2009.
Rivkin is the youngest Ambassador in nearly 60 years to serve as his country’s senior representative in France. The Embassy in Paris is America’s first and one of its largest diplomatic missions, which now has seven constituent posts throughout France and represents over 50 federal agencies and departments.
Mansour Cama is one of the leading voices in the Senegalese and African economy. He is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Senegalese Investment Company, which oversees business in trade ranging from fishing industries, leather processing, shoe manufacturing to water distribution, as well as controls market shares in real estate business, and, as a partner of Boygues Group, holds shares in the water distribution company Senegalese des Eaux, which is a nation-wide water supplier. The Senegalese Investment Company also
operates in the mining sector.
Cama is a founding member of the National Confederation of Employers and has been its chairman since 1993.
Cama strongly advocates the widening of international trade agreements with African countries for a sustainable social and economic development. He believes that the best way to combat poverty is through private sector promotion, job creation and income generation.
He is also Ambassador of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization.
Diplômé d’HEC Paris, Pierre Bellon entre en 1958 à la Société d’exploitations hôtelières, aériennes, maritimes et terrestres. Débutant comme attaché de direction, il en deviendra le directeur général puis le président-directeur général.
En 1966, il fonde la société Sodexho SA (rebaptisée SODEXO en 2008). Il en sera président-directeur général jusqu’au 31 août 2005. Il reste président du conseil d’administration, mais Michel Landel lui succède comme directeur général.
En 1987, il est à l’origine de la création de l’Association Progrès du Management dont la vocation est : « Le progrès de l’entreprise par le progrès du dirigeant ».