Prof. Mrs. Elizabeth Tamajong has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the The Fomunyoh Foundation in Cameroon.
According to a press release from the organization, the seasoned academic and development expert is expected to “design and implement programs and activities in furtherance of the Foundation’s core objectives which include humanitarian interventions, and the support of charitable causes, democracy and human rights”.
Prof. Mrs. Tamajong brings over 30 years of solid professional experience gained from a variety of senior positions within academia, public service and non-governmental organizations.
Before his appointment Prof. Elizabeth Tamajong had volunteered as a Senior Adviser to the The Fomunyoh Foundation, served as a resource person for many International Organizations and on several international elections observation missions.
Her appointment as TFF Executive Director in Cameroon plans to widen its operations and develop new strategies to cope with the catastrophic conflict, humanitarian and human rights crises in Cameroon.
According to TFF founder and President, Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh, “Her first order of business will be to coordinate an Ad hoc committee to review TFF’s medium and long term goals, and make recommendations to enhance its effectiveness in-country.”
“TFF Cameroon is extremely fortunate to have Prof. Mrs. Elizabeth Tamajong at its helm as Executive Director. She brings an impeccable reputation for hard work, dedication and passion for causes she believes in. The Foundation, its partners and the country as a whole will benefit tremendously from her leadership and sense of purpose,” stated Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh.
For Prof. Mrs. Elizabeth Tamajong, “I’m honoured by the invitation to serve TFF in this new capacity. I have great admiration for the visionary leadership and commitment of the Foundation and its founder and president, Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh, to our people and humanity as a whole, and I hope to foster the goals and impact of the Foundation in the years ahead.”