Amy Ricchetti and Tammy Haddad welcomed women leaders in government, academia, law and business for a lunch celebration for Madame Sabine Raczy-Bili, French judge and wife of French Ambassador to the U.S., H.E. Laurent Bili.
Madame Sabine Raczy-Bili earned her degree of law from the University of Lille and is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris. After Sabine’s appointment to judge through the Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature, Sabine served for thirty years, mostly in criminal courts in Paris. She’s also represented her country along with Ambassador Raczy-Bili in Turkey, Brazil and Thailand. Sabine and Ambassador Bili have four children.
Distinguished guests of the lunch included Rep. Debbie Dingell, Cabinet Secretary Evan Ryan, Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security’s Amb. Melanne Verveer, House at 1229’s Kathleen Buhle, Teresa Carlson, NPR’s Nina Totenberg, AWS’s Olivia Igbokwe, First Ladies Initiative at American University’s Anite McBride, Georgetown University’s Meryl Chertoff and Caroline Fredrickson, French Justice Attaché Florence Hermite and Deputy Attaché Flore Mevel.
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