Mr. Romain Serman, new Consul General in San Francisco
|By decree of the President of the French Republic, dated June 28, 2010, Romain Serman, Adviser on Foreign Affairs, was appointed Consul General of France in San Francisco, replacing Pierre-François Mourier, who has been called to other duties.|
Roman Serman was born September 30, 1972. He graduated from the University Centre of Policy Studies, Nancy, Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris and is an alumni of the École Nationale d’Administration, promotion "Averroès".
Adviser for Foreign Affairs since 2000, Mr. Serman worked in (North Africa and Middle East) from 2000 to 2003.
He served as the First Secretary at the French Permanent Mission to the UN in New York from 2003 to 2007.
He worked with the President of the French Republic as a technical advisor to the diplomatic cell, 2007-2009. He became Secretary General in charge of organizing the Summit of Heads of State and the France-Africa Ministerial meeting (Africa and Indian Ocean) in December 2009.