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Cham Etienne Bama

Cham Etienne Bama

CHAM Etienne BAMA holds a PGDip in Law from the University of Yaoundé II, Soa. He has been working for the past ten years on International Trade Policy issues with a focus on export promotion, trade data collection, trade and gender, trade infrastructure development and trade policy design and implementation at the Cameroon National Shippers Council, a Government Agency where he currently serves as Deputy Director for International Trade Promotion. CHAM is also an alumnus of the tralac Certificate Course: International Trade Law and Policy for Africa’s Development (2018).

Edna Moyo (volunteer)

Edna Moyo (volunteer)

Edina Mudzingwa holds a Master’s in Business Administration (Customs Management) from the University of Canberra and ESAMI, and a Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) degree from the National University of Science and Technology. She has vast work experience in customs administration. Her research interests include Trade Facilitation, Trade and Gender and Customs issues.

Lolita Laperle-Forget (volunteer)

Lolita Laperle-Forget (volunteer)

Lolita Laperle-Forget is a Canadian based lawyer. She holds a Masters in International Law and Politics (LL. M.) and a Bachelor of Laws (LL. B.) from the University of Sherbrooke, Canada. She is also pursuing her studies for a PhD on the opportunities generated by trade and investment agreements for women entrepreneurs. Prior to joining tralac, she worked at the World Trade Organization and focused her research on international trade law and trade policy analysis with a gender perspective. Her interests include sustainable development, women economic empowerment, trade facilitation, and intellectual property rights.

Paul Cormon (volunteer)

Paul Cormon (volunteer)

Paul Cormon is a French citizen who recently graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce specializing in Transport economics and Political sciences from Stellenbosch university. He also holds an international trade degree from ENC Bessieres, based in Paris and a certificate Import, Export and Logistics Management from University of Cape Town. His academic experience encompasses a good foundational background in international trade, logistics and transport economics. His research interests include cargo drone technology, international trade and the freight and transport industry.

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