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H.E. Liliane MASSALA

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H.E. Ms. Liliane Massala is Ambassador of Gabon in France, Permanent Representative of Gabon to the Francophonie (OIF) with jurisdiction in Portugal , Andorra , Monaco and Switzerland.
She began her career as Deputy Advisor to the Presidency of the Republic of Gabon, then Personal Advisor to the President of the Republic . From 2007 to 2009, she was Deputy Chief of Staff to the President of the Republic, in charge of African and international affairs . Position where, among other things, she unlocked presidential communication during the Head of State’s travels inside and outside the country. In 2006, she organized exchanges between the president and the main candidates for the first free presidential election in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
From 2009 to 2012, she was adviser to the President of the Republic in the Department of International Affairs. In 2010, she led, within the framework of the promotion of Gabon and in particular for the economic zone with privileged regime of Nkok , an economic mission in Belgrade (Serbia) and in the Republic of San Marino.
From 2012 to 2020, she served as Secretary General at the Ministry of Social Affairs, as well as at the Ministry of Communication and the Economy.
Liliane Massala’s time at the Ministry of Communication and the Digital Economy is marked, among other things, by the implementation of a digital business incubator project facilitating young people the process of creating their business as well as as the study of the viability of their project. The latter are trained by professionals from all over the world who teach them how to design and develop applications. She has also worked for the protection of children online.
An entrepreneur at heart, in 2003 she was the promoter of the Franco-American Academy of Management (AFRAM) 12 . Liliane Massala created in 2016 the International Institute for Advanced Education and Training (IIEFA) 13 in Libreville (Gabon) which trains young people in digital professions on the one hand, and on the other prepares students for scientific courses.
From 2014 to 2022, she also served as Member of the Board of Directors and Vice President of WUSME.