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Kamissa Camara was born on 1983 in Grenoble, France, is a Malian political analyst and politician. At 37 years old, Kamissa Camara height not available right now. We will update Kamissa Camara's height soon as possible.

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Camara is the founder and co-chair of the Sahel Strategy Forum. In 2017, she wrote a letter to Mali's President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, asking him to withdraw his plans to change the constitution. In July 2018, he appointed her as his diplomatic advisor. She was appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs by Keita on 9 September 2018, the first woman and youngest person to hold the post, and one of eleven women in the thirty-two member cabinet. She has spoken about the issues of regional security and alleged human rights violations. As of December 2018, when she gave a speech to the United Nations General Assembly in Marrakech deploring the withdrawal of some countries from the Global Compact for Migration, she was the world's youngest Foreign minister.


Camara was a member of the Center for African Studies at Harvard University until December 2017. She was also the Director for Sub-Saharan Africa at the NGO PartnersGlobal until June 2018. She has written opinion pieces and political analysis for various publications in English and French and has been a political commentator on English and French TV programs. She was the first Malian political scientist to appear on CNN.


From 2007, Camara worked at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems overseeing West Africa and was one of the observers of the 2013 Malian presidential election in Timbuktu. She moved to the National Endowment for Democracy in 2012, where she was promoted to vice director for Central and West Africa in 2016. She also worked for a time with presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.


Camara has a BA in applied foreign languages from Paris Diderot University and an MA in international economics and development from Pierre Mendès-France University. She did an internship at the United Nations in Washington, D.C. in 2005 and spent a year in Concord, New Hampshire as an au pair. In 2007, she did an internship at the African Development Bank in Tunisia, before obtaining a Green card and moving to the United States, living there for eight years.


Kamissa Camara (born 1983) is a Malian political analyst and politician. She served as the country's Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2018 and 2019, and she is currently Mali's Minister of Digital Economy and Planning.


Camara was born in Grenoble to Malian parents who had emigrated to France in the 1970s.