French District Connection
French District Connection
Voce Di+ plus
Originally from Corsica, I arrived in New York in 1992. I studied law at NYU Law School and graduated in 1994. In 2000, I completely changed my career, and studied interior design. I graduated from Parsons School of Design, before creating my interior design firm, and then the first design and decor showroom in Greenwich, Connecticut, in 2004.
New York Paris Connection+ plus
I am an Event Planner and have 10 years of professional experience in Public Relations and Special Events. I managed many national and international events for major companies such as the Stade de France, AOL Time Warner and Paris Musées.
The French Music Institute+ plus
I arrived in New York in 2012 in order to share the learnings of the French school of flute as well as to give recitals. I am now considered one of the best connoisseurs of French music in the United States and a teacher of world renown.
Christine Girard, Ph.D.+ plus
French by birth, I studied in Normandy and in Paris and I practiced psychology in France before coming to settle in the United States. I completed a PhD in New York, in the field of clinical psychology, and I have been practicing this profession here for fifteen years.
SoFrance Events+ plus
Presently the President of the Aria group, I have lived in numerous countries all over the world during the various missions of my father (missions of collaboration) notably with Morocco, Ivory Coast, Malaysia and these last 14 years in New York. My experience across the Atlantic became meaningful with the launch of Aria Limousine.
Karim Soltani, information and comunication tools are extremely valuable – member of French District
Keystone Technologies (dba LINKUS)+ plus
I worked for many years in Europe for the Alcatel Group until 2002, when I decided (at the age of 32) to start over in the USA. I have a degree in Computer Science from the INSA institute and hold a MBA degree from the University of Georgia Tech.
Parigot French Bistro+ plus
Michel – I have worked as a personal Chef, which allowed me to see the world through my travels. It was finally in New York in 1986 that I put my bags down.
Catherine – I arrived in the United States for a year, 30 years ago, and never returned to France. After having worked my entire career in the world of corporate America, it is an encounter that made everything change…
InterContinental New York Barclay+ plus
After training at the Hoteling School of Paris and some training in the United States of America (Minneapolis and New York), I decided to return to New York in 2005. During my years here, I have had many work opportunities that helped me develop and grow my knowledge and experience in the world of high-end international hotel industry.