Consulate of France
1436 Young Street, Suite 303
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-1846

PHONE: 808.726.3866

Honorary Consul Guillaume Maman
(May 06, 2015)

Mr. Maman has been a resident of Honolulu, Hawaii since 1987 and is originally from Paris, France. While in France, he served in the French Airborne Forces and received the medal of National Defense. Guillaume Maman earned a French Baccalauréat in math, physics and chemistry, studied Economy at the University of Montpellier and a Master's degree in Finance at La Sorbonne University in Paris. Since 1996, he has been heading a Hawaii based swimwear retail and manufacturing company, Loco Boutique. He has also been the chairman of the Matsunaga Charitable Foundation since 2006 and a board member of the Alliance Française of Hawaii since 2007. Prior to his current position, Mr. Maman held many executive positions with high profile companies such as Louis Vuitton and Waterford Wedgwood.

As Honorary Consul of France in Hawaii, Mr. Maman perpetuates the mission of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development in Paris. He directly collaborates with the Consulate General of France in San Francisco to provide assistance in administrative affairs and protection of French nationals settled or traveling within the state of Hawaii. He also represents the French Republic at cultural events in Hawaii and facilitates in deepening the relations between France and the United States.

Does U.S. Citizen need Visa? No
Passport issued location:San Francisco
Visa issued location:San Francisco