Interview with Laurence Lemoine – The Journalist Who Represented France at the Bicentennial of the Statue of Liberty

Laurence Lemoine was born in Paris, France in 1969. When she was 12 years old she wanted to become a journalist. At the age of 16, she came to New York to the bicentennial of the Statue of Liberty with Nancy Reagan. She represented French youth at the event because she had won a contest organized by the American Embassy in Paris. Years later her dream of becoming a journalist came true.  She studied Political Science in Paris, speaks 4 languages, and has a deep interest in major world issues. Laurence has traveled all over the globe, working at times for newspapers, radio, and TV stations. From the Middle East to Africa where she interviewed Yasser Arafat, to Central America where she worked for a radio station, Laurence Lemoine has covered all areas of journalism and communications. >>>

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