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Sibeth Ndiaye

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Age 42
Date of birth December 13,1979
Zodiac sign Sagittarius
Born Dakar
Senegal
Parents Mireille Ndiaye
Fara Ndiaye
SpousePatrice Roques
Party La République En Marche!
Education Pantheon-Sorbonne University
SiblingsFari Ndiaye
Movies/Shows Emmanuel Macron, les coulisses d'une victoire
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Sibeth Ndiaye Life story


Sibeth Ndiaye is a French-Senegalese communications advisor who served as Government Spokeswoman under Prime Minister Édouard Philippe from 1 April 2019 to 6 July 2020.

Sibeth Ndiaye (born 13 December 1979) is a French-Senegalese communications advisor who served as Government Spokeswoman under Prime Minister Édouard Philippe from 1 April 2019 to 6 July 2020.

Early life and education


Born in Senegal, her father was involved with the Senegalese Democratic Party and her German-Togolese mother was a high-ranking judge on the country's constitutional council. In 1995, she moved to France to study at the renowned Lycée Montaigne where she obtained a Baccalauréat in Science. She then studied at Paris Diderot University and Pantheon-Sorbonne University.

Political career


From 2002, Ndiaye was a member of the Socialist Party (PS). Alongside Ismaël Emelien, Stanislas Guerini and Benjamin Griveaux, she later formed part of Dominique Strauss-Kahn's campaign team for the party’s primaries ahead of the 2007 presidential election.In March 2008, Ndiaye was appointed head of the press department of Claude Bartolone, who had been newly elected as president of the Seine-Saint-Denis General Council. She later endorsed Martine Aubry in the Socialist Party’s primaries for the 2012 presidential election.After the election of François Hollande as President of France, Ndiaye joined the cabinet of Minister of the Economy and Finance Arnaud Montebourg as press and communication officer and kept this position when Macron succeeded Montebourg in 2014.Ndiaye subsequently was in charge of Macron's press relations during the 2017 presidential election and joined his cabinet in the Élysée Palace after he was elected. From 1 April 2019 until 2020, she served as a Secretary of State to the office of the Prime Minister and Government Spokeswoman.In late 2020, Ndiaye joined the staff of the LREM party.In October 2020, Ndiaye was one of several current and former government officials whose home was searched by French authorities following complaints about the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in France.

Personal life


Ndiaye is married to Patrice Roques and has 3 children. She became a naturalized French citizen in June 2016.

Further reading


Macron's right-hand woman: ‘He doesn't need another flatterer’, The Guardian, April 2019

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