The French-American Cultural Foundation (F-ACF) is excited to announce the addition of three new members to our Board of Trustees. Heather Larrison, Jacqui Michel, and Tim Touchette bring significant expertise and talents from their respective fields that will continue to advance the mission of the F-ACF. All three share a love for France, a passion for cultivating connections between our two countries, and a commitment to furthering our mission – to honor the past, celebrate the present, and build for the future of French American relations.
Heather Larrison is the president of The Larrison Group, a boutique strategic advisory company focused on helping clients navigate the cross-section of government, business, and philanthropy, while building long term strategic relationships in pursuit of their objectives. Since its inception in 2006, The Larrison Group has raised over a billion dollars for political campaigns, private investment vehicles, foundations, and charities.
Jacqui Michel is an attorney, philanthropist, and serves as President of the Advisory Board of the American Friends of Le Musée de Montmartre. Jacqui and her husband David E. Weisman are both avid art collectors of turn of the century Parisian art, which is perhaps best known for its cabaret spirit, the Chat Noir, and iconic figures, ranging from Toulouse-Lautrec to Renoir to Suzanne Valadon.
Tim Touchette is the Founder and President of Attache Corporate Housing, a real estate and hospitality company based in Washington, DC, dedicated to delivering creative, unique corporate housing options. Originally from St. Louis, with a brief stint in France in 1998, Tim is a devout francophile who works to discover everyone’s joie de vivre in daily life.