is pleased to invite you to a luncheon with:
Robert "Bob" Hannan:
Minister Counselor for Consular Affairs/ Consul General.
He will speak to the club on:
The Role of the Embassy in Supporting the American Community in Paris.
Bob Hannan has served as Consul General at the Embassy of the United States in Paris, France since August 2018. He previously served as Consul General in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Bob has also served in Rwanda, India, Russia, Tanzania, and has done prior tours in France. At the Department of State, he has worked in the Visa Office and the Public Affairs Office in the Bureau of Consular Affairs and as a Staff Assistant in the Bureau of European Affairs. He also served as a Congressional Fellow on Capitol Hill, working on the staff of Congressman Henry Cuellar, representing the 28th Congressional district of Texas.
Bob was born in Boston, Massachusetts and grew up there. He attended Georgetown University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Affairs, and learning to pronounce the letter “R”. During his Foreign Service career, he earned a Master’s Degree in National Resource Strategy while on assignment at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces (now known as the Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy). He is living in Paris with his wife, Lorrie Clark, an international development professional. Their two children are pursuing graduate degrees in the United States.
Registrants have the opportunity to send in questions in advance for Mr Hannan to look at prior to the luncheon; prioritizing time efficiency and the highest level of satisfaction.
Tuesday November 10th, 2020
Le Cercle de l’Union Interalliée
33, rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, Paris 8
Payment for your registration is due if not cancelled at least 48 hours before the event.
Non Members: 80€
The American Club of Paris - 4, rue de Chevreuse - 75006 - Paris
ASSOCIATION REGIE PAR LA LOI DE 1901