Frédéric Descrozaille, (French constituency) MP, Val de Marne, France
Frédéric Descrozaille was born 16 april 1967 and is a french politician who serves as deputy representing La Republique en Marche – the President Macron’s political party – in the Val-de-Marne 1st constituency. He is a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs. He graduated from Agro Paris Tech and Sciences po Paris and was admitted at Université Paris 6 to study computer science. He worked as Agricultural Attaché at the French Embassy in New Delhi. He was also adviser at the Assemblée permanente des Chambres d’Agriculture and communications officer at Coop de France. After working as director of the Centre National des Jeunes Agriculteurs and the Fédération Interprofessionnelle du cheval de sport, de loisir et de travail, he was appointed in 2008 as chief executive of the Interprofession des Fruits et Légumes Frais (Interfel). He became self-employed in 2012 and two years later, he joined Selescope (a recruitment consulting firm) as senior consultant. He resigned in june 2017 after being elected deputy.