Sadeghi Millecamps engaged
Aspen Times Weekly
Mr. Nasser Sadeghi and Dr. Patricia Hill of Aspen announce the engagement of their daughter, Sabrina Darya Sadeghi, to Sebastien Gonzague Millecamps of Paris, France. Sebastien is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Claude and Veronique Millecamps of Lesigny, and l’Ile d’Yeu, France.
Sabrina attended Aspen Montessori and Aspen public schools, and is a graduate of Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale. She attended the University of Washington in Seattle, graduating with degrees in both International Relations and the Comparative History of Ideas and then earned an M.A. in Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management at the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vt., in 2006.
Sabrina traveled, studied, worked and competed as an athlete all over the world for several years, most recently residing in New York City where she worked for several international cultural organizations. She is currently working for UNESCO in Paris.
Sebastien attended French schools and the University of Paris where he studied Political Communication, graduating in 1995. He then obtained a diploma in Dramatic Arts from the National Conservatory of France. Sebastien lived on Reunion Island for seven years where he was Director of the Regional Consul for Communication, and he currently has his own consulting company in Paris, Les Pieds Sur Terre, which provides communication training to media, corporations and governments all over Europe.
Sebastien and Sabrina met on top of a volcano in Bali in 2003, and plan to be married on the top of Aspen Mountain on Aug. 1, 2009. They are currently residing in Paris in the historic Montmarte district.
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