• Annual Holiday Dinner - 2012
  • Silver Economy conference
  • An evening of poetry with Professor Lauren Rusk - 2013
  • Google in Paris - 2012
  • Silver Economy conference
  • Lyrical Afternoon with Troubadours, Song, and Poetry - 2011
  • Silver Economy conference
  • Silver Economy conference
  • Rose Bowl game night - 2013
  • China and France - 2013
  • Stanford & Kellog club of France - 2012
  • Northwestern Oktoberfest
  • Annual Holiday Dinner - 2012
  • Medieval Love - 2012
  • An evening of poetry with Professor Lauren Rusk - 2013
  • Silver Economy conference
  • Wine tasting - 2012
  • Dean Saller - Lecture in Paris
  • Pub night - 2012
  • Rose Bowl game night - 2013
  • Music & the Brain with Pr. Stanley Rockson - 2013
  • Board meeting - 2013
  • MIT - Stanford Pub night
  • Silver Economy conference
  • An evening of poetry with Professor Lauren Rusk - 2013
  • Google in Paris - 2012
  • Google in Paris - 2012
  • Annual Holiday Dinner - 2012


BCochiBertrand Cochi graduated from Ecole des Mines ParisTech and got is PhD from Stanford in Computer Sciences, Electrical Engineering and Statistics.

Bertrand served several international Companies ITT, CSEE, and Michelin in various Engineering Management Positions, responsible of the PNL of hundred Million $ projects and several hundred people teams.

Then as CEO he turned around one of Group Dynaction Machine Maker Company.

Today he manages Toyota Production System and Leadership Coaching Services to major International Companies.

Bertrand is doing business mostly in Europe.
His interests go to Education Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

He joined the Stanford Club of France board in 2012.



Jan & Ronny (Stanford Red Barn  I)Jan Jennings Cailleux, class of 1993, majored in Modern Thought & Literature, competed for the Stanford Equestrian Team, and attended the Stanford overseas programs in Paris and Florence.  (She preferred Paris!)

Having worked as a fundraiser for national nonprofit environmental organizations in Washington DC, last as director of Planned Giving for World Wildlife Fund, she then raised money for Joslin Diabetes Center, a Harvard-affiliated hospital where she also served as co-founder of the Lloyd M. Aiello Center for Humanities in Diabetes Eye Care.  Jan founded Viking Consulting Services in 2005, a fundraising consultancy that helps charities raise funds for their future by helping donors afford to make the largest gifts they can give.

In her spare time, she loves to do copper enameling, salsa dance, ride, make gløgg with fellow Norwegians, and enjoy the outdoors.


Frederic Chalot



Guilain Hippolyte



Evelyne Nguyen

Niki Borofsky

2012-10 ID resizedXavier Brolly graduated from Centrale Paris and Stanford in 2002, and he currently works in Systems Engineering for Safran in Massy.

Among many other activities, I enjoy going kitesurfing, playing tennis and beach volleyball.





Yves Codet

Susan Cure attended Stanford for 8 years, obtaining a BA in Biological Sciences and a PhD in Medical Microbiology.064b370

She recently retired from teaching (American University in Paris, Hong Kong University) and research (immunodeficiency due to retroviruses before AIDS appeared, avian flu in Hong Kong ducks before anyone was interested and Human Genome Project when lots of people were interested).

She has 3 grown children, one of whom went to Stanford.

Portia Eltvedt

Didier Lapalus

41675_212056_815_nJulien Levis graduated from Stanford Law School where he was a fellow of the Gould Center for negotiation and paid regular visits to the Avery Aquatic Center.

A New York and Paris Bar attorney, he worked at the World Bank as a Private sector development specialist both in Washington DC and in Africa.

He is now based in Paris where he practices business law and litigation. He joined the board of the Stanford Club in 2011 to contribute on legal matters, social networking and events.




Jean-Paul Plantevin


Advisory Council

Patrick Samy


LARSON KaiKai Larson graduated from Stanford University in 2010 with a B.A. with Honors in Psychology, specializing in the Mind, Culture and Society track.

She is currently looking to start her professional career in Paris, and will receive her M.A. in International Affairs, Conflict Resolution and Civil Society Development from the American University of Paris and the Sorbonne Paris I – Panthéon in December 2013.

While at Stanford, she played intramural and club soccer, helped organize Dance Marathon, and competed for the Stanford Ballroom Dance Team.
Her true love however, is salsa dancing. She began by performing with Los Salseros de Stanford on and off campus and continues to develop as a dancer in France.



Mary Toman


Jean-Claude Cheminard-Serre