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H.E Dominique Quattara

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Dominique Quattara was born in 1953 in Constantine in French Algeria. She is a businesswoman, specialized in real estate.
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Biography

Dominique Quattara was born in 1953 in Constantine in French Algeria. She is a businesswoman, specialized in real estate. Since 1979, she was CEO of AICI International Group, a company that employs today more than 250 people on three continents. After strengthening her presence in Côte d’Ivoire, she established, in 1989, AICI in Europe by choosing France as the European showcase. After a first branch in Paris, AICI continues its development in the south of France, since 1991, by launching an office in Cannes. In 1980, she conducted humanitarian missions in Côte d’Ivoire to the people and disadvantaged children, and in 1998 she created Children Of Africa Foundation (“Children Of Africa”).

Education

  • 1979 – 1983
Occidental College in LA
  • 1984 – 1987
Columbia University in NY City
  • 1988 – 1992
Entered Harvard Law School
  • 1992 – 2004
University of Chicago School
  • 2004 – 2008
Entered Harvard School
  • 2010 – 2016
Trinity United Church of Christ.

Professional Skills

Crisis Management
90 %
Public Speaking
70 %
Problem Solving
85 %

Diversity of Expereince

The bodies were lying in the streets un-buried. All railroads and vessels carrying food and such things into the great city had ceased runnings and mobs of the hungry poor were pillaging the stores and warehouses. Murder and robbery and drunkenness were everywhere. Already the people had fled from the city by millions at first the rich, in their private motor-cars and dirigibles, and then the great mass of the population.

Objectively innovate empowered manufactured products whereas parallel platforms. Holistically predominate extensible testing procedures. This was followed by a series of projects (the Fides Building, Building in Picassoplatz, SBV Training Centre) in which the tension of construction (implemented primarily through particular ways of working with windows and doors) reveal the studio’s focus on plastic and morphological issues.With Italian influences (A. Rossi, G. Grassi), Diener & Diener’s urban projects aim to “give single large, anonymous constructions a metaphysical presence”.

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