Léonie KITOKO GATA NGOULOU is a roving ambassador to the presidency of the Republic of Chad. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Studies and a Master's degree in International Strategic Management from the University of Staffordshire in England.
She has carried out several activities in different fields on behalf of the Chadian government. In particular, it organized the Forum on Infectious Diseases with the support of Philippe Douste-Blazy, former French Minister (Culture, Health, Foreign Affairs) and former Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations who also held the position of Special Adviser to the Secretary General of United Nations, in charge of innovative sources of financing for development.
She is responsible for the expansion of the Journal Chrétien in Central Africa.