FRENCH-AMERICAN RELATIONS COLLOQUIUM WITH CLEMENT LECLERC
WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL, 2018
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY IN MIAMI
The FIU Honors College will host a colloquium with Clément Leclerc, Consul général de France / Consul General of France. “French-American Relations” will examine and reflect on the historical, economic, geopolitical relations between France and the USA.
Prior to the colloquium, the FIU Honors College will host “Coffee With the Consul,” a chance for Professor Bailly’s Honors College France study abroad students and alumni to have an informal discussion with Consul Leclerc.
COFFEE WITH THE CONSUL
An informal discussion with Consul Leclerc, Professor Bailly, and students and alumni of Honors France.
11 April, 2018
15:00 – 15:30, Room RB 120
CLEMENT LECLERC: “FRENCH-AMERICAN RELATIONS”
An FIU Honors College Colloquium (4 Honors points)
11 April, 2018
15:30 – 16:30, Room RB 120
Clément Leclerc assumed office as Consul General of France in Miami on September 5, 2016. Upon joining the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2003, Mr. Clément Leclerc was assigned to the Department for the United Nations and international organizations. In 2006, he was appointed First Secretary at the Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations in New-York, where he served in the Security Council team. In 2009, he joined the Office of the President of the French Republic as technical advisor for Sub-Saharan Africa. From 2012 to 2016, he served as First Counselor, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of France in Mexico. Clement Leclerc, who holds a Master in International Law, is also a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies and of the French National School of Government (ENA).