Alizé Utteryn who is born in Cayenne (French Guiana/ South America) is a graduate of Paris’ Institute Superior of Human Resources (ISGP) with a Master of Sciences degree in Human Resources Management (Business Administration). As a recognized member of the International Association of Press Photographers Inc., with immense international journalism experience on the global stage from the Francophone Center of Press in New York to United Nations, Alizé, as she is fondly called is a unique voice for humanity. She has also become a member of the U.S National Committee for UN Women, advocating for gender equality and the empowerment of women.
Alizé is a member of Committee of the US-Africa Youth Entrepreneurship Summit (USAYES) where she oversees the Caribbean vision of the summit assisting the Committee to develop strategies and build synergies between Chicago and the Caribbean markets. She is recently appointed as Vice President for Media& Public Affairs for United African Congress, the premier Pan African Umbrella Organization representing the interest of almost 8 million African Diaspora peoples and communities residing throughout the United States of America (USA).
She is the brain behind AlizéLaVie Media and the editorial Director of AlizéLaVie Magazine, an international multicultural bilingual magazine.