Recently- re-elected president of Mali, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita named 35-year-old Kamissa Camara as the clergyman for outside issues in his ongoing bureau reshuffle.
With a rich foundation in remote undertakings and arrangements, Camara turns into the main lady to hold this post ever of.
Prior to her arrangement as the priest, she filled in as the strategic counselor to President Keita. She is likewise the organizer and co-seat of the Sahel Strategy Forum, which gives a stage to partners to advance harmony, security and improvement over the Sahel.
Camara holds an M.A. in International Economics and Development from Université Pierre Mendès France after completing a B.A. in Applied Foreign Languages, specializing in International Relations from Université Denis Diderot (Paris, France).
She has been extensively featured in the press and conferences on various issues affecting the Sahel region including governance, conflict, democracy and security.
As the diplomatic advisor to the president, Camara has been vocal about the need for strategic partnerships between Mali and other countries, including China.
Camara is now among 11 women out of 32 ministers in Mali’s new cabinet.