The Congolese, Fatima Beyina-Moussa, is elected chairwoman for the Association of African airline companies (African Airlines Association/AFRAA) during the 46th General assembly of the association held from 9th to 11th 11 November 2014 in the Algerian capital town.
The Managing director for the Congolese company, Equatorial Congo Airlines (ECAir) is the first French-speaking African woman to manage an airline company in Africa. She has replaced at the head of AFRAA, the Algerian, Mohamed Salah Boultif.
Former executive of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Fatima Beyina-Moussa also worked at Ernst’s & Young in Congo and at the Bank of Central African States (BEAC). Trained at the Faculty of political science in Paris, at HEC MONTREAL and at the University of Ottawa, the economist has been since September 2011, Managing director for the Congolese company, Equatorial Congo Airlines.
The new chairman for AFRAA will have will have for mission to chair the annual general assembly of the organization that decides and choose the main orientations of the trade union.
Original text by: Roger ADZAFO