"The diversity of talents that we support, the wide-ranging expertise of our alumni network, and the impact and transformative character of the Fulbright experience amaze me every day. It is a pleasure to make possible such important projects, to work on the dialogue between disciplines, peoples, and cultures."
“Even though I’m more passionate about literature than about finance, I’ve balanced the books at the Commission for twenty years. My favorite poem? ‘The Drunken Boat’, by Arthur Rimbaud.”
"I have been working at the Commission since 2009 and responsible for American grantees and programs since 2014. My work involves welcoming all new American Fulbright grantees in France."
"I studied at the University of Virginia and the Université Rennes 2 before joining the Franco-American Fulbright Commission in 2013. I manage our grant programs for French citizens seeking to study or conduct research in the United States."
"After graduating from the University of Créteil with a master’s degree in American Civilization, I moved to Oregon to study at Portland State University. In 2000 I joined the Commission, where I now manage the EducationUSA advising center. Since 2005 I have also managed the Fulbright French Teaching Assistant (FLTA) program."
After completing a Master’s Degree in English studies, I joined the Commission in 2020. I work with the heads of the US and French sections.
I have been with the Commission since 2021 where I am responsible for communications and for relations with Fulbright-France alumni. My responsabilities also include preparations for the Commission's 75th anniversity.
I joined the Commission in March 2021 after some time abroad in Ireland and the United States. I manage the programs for French grantees.