Biography of H.E. Stéphane Crouzat


H.E. Stéphane Crouzat

Born on June 1, 1964


- Aug 2014 : Ministry of Environment, Energy and the Sea, in charge of International Relations on Climate: Diplomatic Advisor to Minister Ségolène Royal

- May-Jul 2014 : Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, Directorate for European and International Affairs: Deputy-Director for Climate Change and Sustainable Development

- 2011-2014 : Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union Directorate: Deputy-Director for Central and Eastern European and Baltic Countries

- 2008-2011 : Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations, New York: Press Counsellor / Spokesperson and Coordinator for EU-related matters

- 2005-2008 : French Embassy in Warsaw: Cultural and Cooperation Counsellor and Director of the Institut Français de Varsovie

- 2003-2005 : Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union Directorate, External Relations Bureau: Desk Officer in charge of EU-Balkan Relations and Euro-Mediterranean Partnership

- 2001-2003 : Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Directorate for Economic and Financial Affairs, Bureau for International Financial Relations: Desk Officer

- 1993-1997 : Institut Français d’Ecosse, Edinburgh: Director

- 1990-1993 : Association française d’action artistique (AFAA) : Desk Officer

- 1988-1990 : French Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia: Linguistic Attaché (National Service)


- 2011-2014 : Institut Diplomatique et Consulaire, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (mid-career training)

- 1999-2001 : Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA, promotion Nelson Mandela)

- 1998 : Preparatory cycle for the ENA entrance exam (for civil servants)

- 1992 : Agrégation in English (highest teaching diploma, Ministry of Education)

- 1988 : Sciences-Po Paris, degree in International Relations

- 1981-1985 : Masters in English Studies, Paris III University; Humanities, Paris

Foreign Languages

- English (bilingual CA)
- Polish (intermediate)
- German (beginner, A2)

Published on 27/06/2017

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