Deputy General Director
Fatma Ben Hamouda Jouini was born on November 27th, 1954 in Tunis, Tunisia.
She completed her studies at the Lycée Carnot high school, then joined the Ecole nationale d’ administration to get a Master degree in Political science - State advisor, in August 1975.
Since January 2015, she manages a multiservice agency group: a consultancy and quality expertise firm (communication agency, travel agency, training agency), working on artistic concepts, product placement concepts, sponsoring, and ads inserts in TV movies. Since July 2014, she is the Founding President of ‘Carthage without borders’, an international NGO.
She has been working for more than 39 years during which she held several senior positions in Tunisian public and semi-public administrations (Ministry of ICTs and Tunisie Telecom - TT): Head of Department, Call center founding manager in Tunisia, deputy manager, then key accounts manager in TT, member of various NTIC/SWSI commissions up to date, in spite of her retirement since January 2015.
She carried out various studies and research on environmental technologies, the North-South digital divide, new sales technology and management, digital security, skills development of Tunisian public firms and organizations, e-gov, GIS, CRM, RSE, development of the tourism and digital hotels sector, expertise in business management and communication.
Founder of the Tunisia Post Museum, founding member of CITET (Centre of environmental technologies and SMART CITY), member of the CNCFE/UTICA Board, member of the Steering committee on hazardous waste management (ANGED/ANPE/ME – representing civil society). She represented Tunisia in various European, African and Middle-Eastern countries and mainly at the UN/COP 12 and 13 Nairobi/Bali commissions.
Her objectives: advocacy for a sustainable development and mainly ensuring continuity of the associative work, through direct contact, research and coaching of young people.
She is fluent in Arabic and French, reads and writes English.