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Vicenzo Le Voci

Vincenzo Le Voci is the Secretary-General of the Club of Venice, the network of the communications directors from the European Union member states and institutions and from countries candidate to the EU membership. He has fulfilled this role since 2011.

He is a longstanding European civil servant, having worked for the General Secretariat of the Council of the EU for 30 years. Since 2001 he is in the Directorate-General of Communication, where he is currently responsible for Transparency and Information Policy matters.
Before joining the EU, he worked 7 years for NATO in administration management and logistics, as a US Air Force – DOD official.

Vincenzo owns a master degree in foreign languages and literatures (University of Cagliari) and attended courses of modern history, European Integration and management in Belgium and at Maryland and MIT universities. He is giving lectures to universities and contributes articles and essays for communications and public diplomacy books and magazines. He is the co-editor of four compendiums on public communication and, since 2013, a semi-annual review (Convergences) of the Club of Venice focused on the top communication challenges and priorities for governmental and institutional communicators.

In 2018 he was conferred by the University of Calabria and the Municipality of Ventotene (the home of Altiero Spinelli’s Manifesto) the Europa Prize “in recognition of his high commitment to communication and information aimed at encouraging and strengthening public and diplomatic relations between governmental and institutional communicators”.


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