As previously mentioned, CBWN has finally been graced with the presence of our new Hub Manager, who I present below:
Dominique Yamb Ntimba was born in 1974 in a small village called Makondo, a few hours drive from Douala. Dominique received both his primary and secondary education in Edea; at the age of 15 he attended the ‘Lycee Classique d’Edea,’ where he received his baccalaureat and was named Top Student of his school, and second in the Littoral region as a whole. In 1992 he attended the University of Yaounde, and the following year moved on to the University of Douala. There he studied philosophy, and later focused more specifically on political and comparative philosophy. In 1997 he received his Masters Degree in Philosophy.
Between 1998 and 2002, Dominique taught philosophy at the University of Douala, and during the latter two years was also the Head of the Publicity Department for TV Max – a television broadcasting company. In 2002 he became the CEO of Bel-Air Cameroon, an IT company in Yaounde, and over the subsequent two years helped Bel-Air grow into a large enterprise. In 2005 he returned to Douala and became the Head of the Department for Communication and Training for AFECAC, an accountancy firm, for two years.
In 2007 Orange Cameroon, an affiliate of France Telecom, appointed Dominique as the Project Manager for its’ tracking solutions. He then became an Operations Management Consultant for Smartrack, a tracking partner of Orange, then subsequently moved on to become the Account Executive for Douala1, a Network Service Provider.
Finally, in July of 2010, Dominique was hired by Vital Voices to take on the role of Hub Manager for the CBWN.
Posted By Joya Taft-Dick
Posted Aug 13th, 2010