– Director, Communications and Digital Programs
Nathalie Bastin is the Director of Communications and Digital Programs at the French-American Foundation. Prior to joining the Foundation, Nathalie was the Head of Press and Communications Department at the Consulate General of France in Boston. She also worked in the Political Affairs Department of the Belgian Embassy in Australia and for the United Nations Regional Information Centre in Brussels. Nathalie holds a Master of Arts in International Relations and a Master of Arts in Journalism from Université de Louvain in Belgium.
– Director, Programs and Operations
Katie DeMallie joined the French-American Foundation in 2016 and currently serves as Director of Programs and Operations. In this role, she is responsible for the strategy, management, and execution of the Foundation’s programming, as well as other operational responsibilities. Prior to joining the Foundation, she worked in communications at Nonprofit Finance Fund, a national impact investing institution. She has a background in public policy and development, having also held roles at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation. Katie has a Dual Degree MPA from Sciences Po Paris and the London School of Economics as well as a BA from Vassar College.
– Program Coordinator
Elizabeth McGehee is a Program Coordinator at the French-American Foundation. While living in Paris from 2014-2019, she became involved in social impact work in and outside of France, and served as International Communications assistant for the Sciences Po Summer School. Prior to joining the Foundation, she worked 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, and Gender Theory.
– Development & Finance 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.
Please note that the French-American Foundation is an operating foundation which funds its activities by seeking contributions and grants from outside sources. The French-American Foundation is not a grant-making organization.