Caroline joined the Foundation in 2021. She previously served as Director of Development at the Lycée Français de New York, where she oversaw annual and major giving, special events, and alumni relations for the 1,200+ student school, a member of the global AEFE network. Prior to that, Caroline was a Corporate Vice President at consulting firm CCS for over a decade, where she planned, implemented, and managed major fundraising initiatives for non-profit organizations across secondary and higher education, healthcare, and the arts. She began her career as a strategic communications consultant in New York.
Caroline holds an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business, an MA from NYU’s Institute of French Studies, and a BA from Stanford University. She and her family reside in Manhattan.
– Director of Programs
Elizabeth is the Director of Programs at the French-American Foundation. In this capacity, she works to develop and implement key programs to fulfill the Foundation’s mission of strengthening the transatlantic relationship. Prior to joining the FAF, she worked in international communications for Sciences Po Paris and in outreach for the Future Leaders Foundation, a nonprofit that unites young leaders who pledge to enact positive global change. She holds a BA from the American University of Paris, where she studied Global Communications, Marketing, Gender Studies and Fine Arts.
– Finance and Operations Manager
Fany Robin is the Development and Finance Manager at the French-American Foundation. She is an economist with experience in France and in the United States on public policy issues related to trade and foreign direct investment. Prior to moving to New York, Fany was Deputy Head of Economic Analysis at Business France in Paris and worked as Trade Policy Attaché at the French Embassy in Washington, DC. Fany holds a postgraduate degree in international economics from the Paris School of Economics.
– External Relations Associate
Margaret Fahey is the External Relations Associate at the French-American Foundation. She works to support the Foundation team with development, communications, and programmatic initiatives. Margaret’s background is in education and non-profit work. During the 2018-2019 school year, she completed a Fulbright grant in Marseille, France, where she taught English to high school students. She holds a BA in International Political Economy and French from Fordham University.