Initiated in 1984, Jean-Jacques Zambrowski is Past Grand Chancellor of the Grande Loge de France. He participated in ICOM 2017 before joining the scientific committee of ICOM 2019. Following Louis Trebuchet, he now animates the Matins d’Histoire of Marquis de La Fayette (which replaced the Commission of History of the GLDF). He is also a member of the Aréopage de Recherche du Suprême Conseil de France ‘Les Chevaliers du Saint-Empire’.
Jean-Jacques Zambrowski is a hospital doctor, specialist in internal medicine. As a university teacher, his work focuses on health economics and politics. In this capacity, he is an expert with both public and private bodies, both in France and at a European or international level.
Son parcours maçonnique l’a conduit à servir son obédience en assumant diverses fonctions, notamment au sein du comité de rédaction de la revue Points de Vue Initiatique, ou parmi les responsables de l’Académie et de l’Université maçonniques ainsi que des Tenues d’été de la Grande Loge de France.
His Masonic career led him to serve his obedience by assuming various functions, notably in the editorial board of the journal Points de Vue Initiatique, or among the officers of the Academy and the Masonic University as well as the summer schools of the Grand Lodge of France.
He is one of the leaders of the “Masonry of Tradition” cluster that GLDF forms with GL-AMF and GLTSO, as well as GLFF.
Jean-Jacques Zambrowski is a member of the Scottish Rite Research Society and the Philalethes Society, where he was named Fellow in 2017.
Axes of Research:
- The origins and history of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite: including Etienne Morin, Francken and the brothers from Charleston to the 1875 Convent de Lausanne.
- The initiatic way, spiritual journey, the Great Architect of the Universe.