A native of France, Fabrice Jaumont moved to the United States in 1997. After serving as an education liaison for the French Consulate in Boston and then as assistant principal at the International School of Boston, he moved to New York in 2001. He is currently the Program Officer for FACE Foundation and the Education Attaché for the Embassy of France to the United States.

Fabrice Jaumont holds a Ph.D. in International Education from New York University. He is the author of Unequal Partners: American Foundations and Higher Education Development in Africa (Palgrave-MacMillan, 2016) which focuses on the role of philanthropy in education, and The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages (TBR Books, 2017), also available in French, La Révolution bilingue, le futur de d’éducation s’écrit en deux langues (TBR Books, 2017).

 

Honors & Awards

In recognition of his various involvements in education, Fabrice Jaumont was honored with several awards including the Cultural Diversity Award; the Academic Palms; and the Medal of Honor. His work received the accolades of various news media, including the front page of the New York Times in January 2014.

Prix de la Diversité Culturelle

Presented by the Organisation International de la Francophonie and Committee of French-Speaking Ambassadors to the United Nations
New York, NY – March 2016

Medal of Appreciation

Presented by the Committee of French-speaking Societies (CAFUSA)
New York, NY – December 2014

Chevalier in the French Order of Academic Palms

Presented by the French Ministry of Education
New York, NY – April 2012