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École Nationale d'Administration

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Strasbourg, France

Founding Date:
1945

Enrollment:
500

Official Website:
http://www.ena.fr/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William M. Bellamy
Diplomat
21-Aug-1950   US Ambassdor to Kenya, 2003-06
Daniel Bouton
Business
10-Apr-1950   CEO of Société Générale
Henri de Castries
Business
c. 1954   CEO of AXA
Jacques de Larosiere
Government
12-Nov-1929   IMF Director 1978-87
Hervé Gaymard
Politician
31-May-1960   French Finance Minister, 2004-05
Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
Head of State
2-Feb-1926   President of France, 1974-81
François Hollande
Politician
12-Aug-1954   President of France
Lionel Jospin
Head of State
12-Jul-1937   Prime Minister of France, 1997-2002
Craig A. Kelly
Diplomat
?   US Ambassador to Chile, 2004-07
Pascal Lamy
Politician
8-Apr-1947   WTO Director-General
Jean-Marie Messier
Business
13-Dec-1956   CEO of Vivendi, 1996-2000
Gillian A. Milovanovic
Diplomat
?   US Ambassador to Macedonia
Pierre Moscovici
Politician
16-Sep-1957   French Finance Minister
Ségolène Royal
Politician
22-Sep-1953   French presidential candidate
Peter Tarnoff
Government
1937   President, Council on Foreign Relations, 1986-93
Jean-Claude Trichet
Business
20-Dec-1942   President, European Central Bank
Dominique de Villepin
Head of State
14-Nov-1953   Prime Minister of France, 2005-07

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Raymond Aron
Philosopher
14-Mar-1905 17-Oct-1983 Political philosopher, social theorist


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