French-American Chamber Names New Directors
The French-American Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Chapter, a not-for-profit business organization committed to the improvement of economic, commercial, and financial relations between France and the United States, announced the appointment or re-election of select directors following a vote at its recent annual meeting. Serving a two-year term are:
David Arnould, Valeo; newly elected as director at large; resident of West Bloomfield
Francoise Colpron, Valeo; re-elected as director at large; resident of Birmingham
Arnaud Mangin, eValidate; re-elected as director at large; resident of Birmingham
Kathy Myers, Conlin Travel; re-elected as director of the board and secretary; also serving as chair of membership committee; resident of Bloomfield Hills
Frederic Vaillant, BorgWarner; re-elected as director of the board, also serving as co-chair of the business committee; resident of Rochester Hills.
The Michigan Chapter of the French-American Chamber of Commerce is a member of the French-American Chamber of Commerce — the oldest bilateral chamber of commerce in the United States, comprised of 21 chapters in major cities across the nation representing more than 5,000 member organizations.