Maxime  Vignon



Originally from Benin Republic, I’ve got my Bachelor’s as Benin National “Gendarmerie” officer. I then decided to pursue my education overseas and here I am doing my doctorate after my Master’s degrees. I taught as an instructor at the New School for pubic engagement in New York in 2014 before going back to Benin as the Internal Comptroller of Benin General Auditor’s office. I have also been awarded the 2014 Graduate Conrad J. Schmitt Scholarship at Montclair State University in New Jersey.


MA, Montclair State University, USA (French Studies)

MBA, Fondation Universitaire Mercure, Brussels Belgium (Business Management – Audit)

Bachelor of Law, Abomey-Calavi University, Benin (Corporate Law)

Research Interests

Pan Africanism with regards to the project of an African federation in the form of the United States of Africa. I  am passionate about the federalism in linguistics and applied law.