Penn Kemble Fellow: Tristan-Aurel Mouline
Tristan-Aurel Mouline is an analyst at the Embassy of France in the U.S., as well as a consultant for the Bertelsmann Foundation. His areas of expertise include political economy, international diplomacy, and European affairs. He has worked globally in Azerbaijan, Slovenia, Jamaica, France, Belgium and the US, in both the private and public sectors. His work experience includes interviewing government officials and executive members of large corporations for special country reports published in Time and Fortune; co-organizing the 22nd Franco-German Evian Meeting, an exclusive gathering of leading French and German CEOs; representing global corporations vis-à-vis European institutions, and authoring legislative amendments; elaborating official reports on foreign policy issues with a focus on democratic transitions and transatlantic relations. Mouline also co-founded and contributed articles to the Revue APE at Sciences Po, a journal dedicated to the study of public policy and European affairs. Mouline holds a Master of Science in Global Governance and Diplomacy from the University of Oxford, a Master’s degree in European Affairs from Sciences Po in Paris, and a Master of Science in Political Economy of Europe from the London School of Economics. Mouline, who completed his BA in International Politics at the American University of Paris, is fluent in French and English, and proficient in Spanish. He is married and currently lives in Washington, DC.
The National Endowment for Democracy is proud to announce its inaugural cohort of 2014-15 Penn Kemble Fellows. See here for more information about the Penn Kemble Youth Forum for Democracy, as well as a complete list of the 2014-15 cohort>>
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