Louis de Corail, Consul General of France [fr]
Louis de Corail has served as Consul General of France in Atlanta since August 15, 2016.
He began his career within the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs in 1990 after two years of national and civil service as an international volunteer in Monrovia, Liberia. De Corail previously held positions as secretary and counselor at the French Embassy in Suva (1990-1993), Zagreb (1999-2002), Dublin (2005-2008) and Oslo (2008-2012). He also served as press counselor in Ottawa (1996-1999).
At the ministry’s central headquarters in Paris, he worked in the Division of Protocol (1993-1996) as well as the Division of European Cooperation (1999-2002).
From 2012-2016, he was seconded to the City Hall of Bordeaux/Bordeaux Metropole as Director of International Relations.
Louis de Corail holds a master’s in literature (Paris-IV), and was a PhD student/graduate assistant in the Department of French at New York University in the 1980s.
Born in 1960 in the Gers region of France, he is married with three children.
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