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Jean d'Orléans

Jean d'Orléans

Heir of the French Royal Throne
Languages : English, German, French

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Born May 19 1965, married since 2009 and father to 2 children, Gaston (2009) and Antoinette (2012). Heir to the 40 kings who built France from Hugues Capet (987) to Louis-Philippe (1848), son of the count of Paris head of the royal family of France, titled duke of Vendôme by his grand father in 1987 during the Capetian millennium, cousin to a certain number of European royal families, fluent in English and German.

Military Service in 1991 as commanding officer in a tank fighting unit

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Born May 19 1965, married since 2009 and father to 2 children, Gaston (2009) and Antoinette (2012).
Heir to the 40 kings who built France from Hugues Capet (987) to Louis-Philippe (1848), son of the count of Paris head of the royal family of France, titled duke of Vendôme by his grand father in 1987 during the Capetian millennium, cousin to a certain number of European royal families, fluent in English and German.

Military Service in 1991 as commanding officer in a tank fighting unit AMX 10RC at the 7° Chasseur in Arras, recipient of the National Service Medal, auditor in 2012 of the Institut des Hautes Etudes Nationales (IHEDN, 188° Regional Session).

Holder in 1989 of a master degree in philosophy, ethics end politics, at Paris IV Sorbonne (capstone project on the common good of Aristotle and its actuality), in 1992 of a master degree in law, international relations, at the Faculté Libre de Droit, d’Economie et de Gestion in Paris (capstone project on the role of the USA in international organizations) and in 1994 of an MBA, strategy and international affairs, at Azusa Pacific University (capstone project on trade incentives and barriers in the relation between USA, Japan and Europe).

Consultant during 10 years (1995/2006) in finance and organization at Lazard & Cie (privatization in the eastern countries), Deloitte & Touch (payments, Euro, cash management), and at the Banque Populaire (banking processes).

Manager (1999) and shareholder (2003) of the Groupement Forestier de la Thiérache (ProSilva management of 2500 hectares) and administrator (2010) of the Comité des Forêts, manager (2007) of Avenir & Patrimoine Conseil (conferences, events organization, advising related to the promotion of French historical and cultural patrimony) and administrator of the Friends of the Louis-Philippe Castle in Eu.

Likes the USA (several crossings in Greyhound in 1999 and car 2003) and movies, practice several sports (swimming, golf, tennis, skiing), since 2003 president of the non profit organization “Gens de France” which goal is to help the relation between people, to contribute to the good of France and its influence in the world (cultural, social and Francophone actions).

Willing to serve France by being a prince of his time (free and engaged character, original and solid vision, man of field and synthesis), to use philosophy and history to bring a specific enlighten on reality (through work as the best mean to keep up with reality, to the dimension of the world to think global and act local), free to intervene on a regularly base, in formal and informal environments, with the possibility to prepare presentation supports in advance.

15 years of experience with speeches (informal: 10 minutes + meeting) and conferences (formal: 30 minutes + exchange).

10 years of meetings with decision makers in France, Europe (east/west), and in the world (American continent, Mediterranean), publication in 2009 of a book “A French Prince” evoking that unique experience (8000 exemplars: chapters on history and culture, childhood and education, France ad Faith, economy and justice, diplomacy and defense, institutions).

5 years of interventions on more specific subjects: history (with the French Heritage Society in 2008 in Palm Beach on princes as patrons, with the Versailles Foundation in 2010 in New York on the Orleans, at a fundraising dinner for Afghanistan in 2011 in Houston on royal weddings), patrimony and especially the one of the French Royal Family (with the American Friends of Compiègne on princes as builders, with the Chantilly Foundation on the duke of Aumale, with the Friends of the Vallin Castle o patrimony, at the Royal Chapel in Dreux during the National Patrimony Day in 2011), environment (at the Natural History Museum in Paris in 2006 on the Arctic expedition, at the Human Paleontology Institute in Paris in 2011 on Forests), social (in 2011 with young in trouble for a visit and conference at Saint Denis and Reims), Capetian management or how to apply the French kings management experience today (at the ESC Pau, with the Business Angels Y Invest and at the Cercle Gaullois in Brussels in 2011 and 2012).
 

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Long Live the King
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