Felix Marquardt founded Marquardt & Marquardt in 2007 and is the president of the Atlantic Dinners as well.
From 2004 to 2006, he
acted as Director of communications of the International Herald Tribune
As such, he oversaw communications strategy development and implementation (brand and corporate) for the Paris-based international daily newspaper, with a focus on relations with other European and American media and international events.
Previously, Felix was speechwriter and media relations consultant for the CEO of Vivendi Universal Publishing, Agnès Touraine, and for CEO Lindsay Owen-Jones at L'Oréal.
Born and raised in Paris by an Austrian-German father and a Greek mother from the Bronx, Felix Marquardt
is trilingual and holds Austrian and American citizenship.
He studied communications at the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University and International Relations at Columbia College and the Harriman Institute at Columbia University.