The San Francisco Bay Area Welcomes Lorenzo Ortona, San Francisco’s New Italian Consul General

Consul General Ortona (seated in center), with BAIA at their 10th anniversary event on September 30, 2016 (Photograph courtesy of Brett Garling)
Consul General Ortona (seated in center), with BAIA at their 10th anniversary event on September 30, 2016 (Photograph courtesy of Brett Garling)
The Bay Area is pleased to welcome Lorenzo Ortona as the new San Francisco Consul General of Italy. Although headquartered in San Francisco, the Italian Consulate serves Northern and Central California, and a territory that extends from Hawaii to Alaska and Washington State.   ...

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