Louisette-Renée THOBI ETAME NDEDI is a staff executive of international institutions of sport and physical education. She was a top athlete. In 1992, she was at the start of the 100m hurdles event at the Barcelona Olympic Games.
She is the 7 th Secretary General and the first woman to hold this position in the institution’s history. Strong of her dynamism, she worked for a long time within several structures in her country of origin; in 1998, she had to coordinate sports and cultural activities at the level of the University Institute of Technology (IUT), the Faculties of Letters and Human Sciences (FLSH), then Economics and Applied Management (FSEGA). Head of the Information and Conferences Service for 6 years, she ended up Head of the National and Intra-African Cooperation service in 2006 on behalf of the University of Douala. Teacher of Physical Education and Sports, she was a national trainer within the national athletics team of Cameroon.
She returns to CONFEJES where she was for 3 years, from 2017 to 2020, Deputy Director of EPS / Sports programs. Caring for the cause of women and young girls, she will take on the responsibility of coordinator of GTCF actions (CONFEJES Working Group for the Promotion and Participation of Women and Young Girls in Youth Sport and Leisure Activities) during this same period. mandate. She represented the institution at several international meetings where her dynamism and her commitment to women’s causes were praised.
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