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Marie-Josée Drouin
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Marie-Josée Drouin

Marie-Josée Drouin, born c. 1948, is a French-Canadian economist from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Ms. Drouin is a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, on the Council on Foreign Relations and a participant in the Bilderberg Group. She has served on the Board of Directors of Vivendi Universal, Ford Motor Company, USA Interactive and Hollinger International. She is also on the boards of the Institute for Advanced Study and the Museum of Modern Art.

Marie-Josée Drouin was married to Maestro Charles Dutoit and is presently the wife of Henry Kravis. They donated $15 million to establish the Center for Cardiovascular Health at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City

She and her husband reside in their homes in New York City and Paris, France.