Guillaume Maman was appointed as the Honorary Consul of France in Hawaii by the Consulate General of France in San Francisco on May 5, 2015. With a career spanning both France and Hawaii, Mr. Maman is a dedicated advocate for strengthening cultural ties, trade relations, and providing vital assistance to French nationals in the beautiful state of Hawaii.
Born in Paris, France, Mr. Maman has been a resident of Honolulu, Hawaii since 1987, forging a profound connection with the island paradise that he now calls home. His journey began with service in the French Airborne Forces in France, followed by academic achievements that include a French Baccalauréat in mathematics, physics, and chemistry. He furthered his education by obtaining a License in Economics from the University of Montpellier and a Master's degree in Finance from La Sorbonne University in Paris.
Currently serving as the Regenerative Tourism Manager for the City and County of Honolulu, Mr. Maman is deeply committed to the sustainable development of Hawaii's tourism industry. He also chairs the Matsunaga Charitable Foundation, a philanthropic organization. His dedication to environmental conservation is demonstrated through his role as the co-founder of the Climate Crisis Commission at the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
Mr. Maman's personal life is marked by family, as he is married to Mrs. Theresa Maman, and they are proud parents of two sons, Alexandre and Adrian. Both sons were born in Hawaii, attended high school in France, and returned to graduate from the University of Hawaii.