Clemence Botino has a license in history. She is a hard-working student who believes that school and education are keys to success. After two years of literary preparatory class, she entered the prestigious university of la Sorbonne in Paris. Today she pursues her Master's degree in History of Art. Clemence supports a few causes.
She is a member of Les Bonnes fées, a French association that helps women who suffer from precariousness and disease. She is also concerned about the notion of oral transmission, tradition, and cultural heritage. As a historian, she sees elders as living archives and figures out how to give them a voice through radio, social media, and tv shows.
Clemence is passionate about culture; she is curious, friendly, and always positive. She works with cultural organizations in France to make history accessible and fun. She has developed lately a real passion for the rum industry. As an island woman and a rum ambassador, she thinks that we must encourage youth to learn more about the local economy.
She considers the French rum as a luxury product that must be known at the international level. It is also a male-dominated field so she wants to show that there is nothing that women cannot do. She has a profound bond with her family and her island Guadeloupe.
I got the general cultural reward at Miss France’s competition.
I know how to dance cuban salsa called « casino »
I attempted my driving test four times before getting my drivers license.
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