Executive Director CSR, Diversity and Philanthropy. Deputy Chair for the Orange Foundation
Elizabeth Tchoungui has written several books including: “The day you were born a second time" (Flammarion), her account of her son’s autism, “Je vous souhaite la pluie” (Plon), translated into Italian and taught in schools and universities in Cameroon, "Bamako Climax" (Plon), set against the backdrop of terrorism in the Sahel region, and “Billets d'Humeur au féminin" (Léo Scheer), from a collection of articles and short stories on the aufeminin.com website. She works regularly with the International Organisation of la Francophonie. She is also a member of the parliament of French women writers.
Elizabeth Tchoungui chairs the ethics committee for Action Against Hunger. Since its creation in 1979, it has become the leading international NGO, providing a coordinated response to the most vulnerable populations in nearly 50 countries.
She is also on the board of the Club XXIè Siècle, a think and do tank promoting diversity through excellence and exemplary courses.
Elizabeth Tchoungui is a Chevalier des Arts et Lettres.
On 1 September 2020, Elisabeth Tchoungui was appointed Executive Director CSR, Diversity and Philanthropy. In particular, she is in charge of Orange’s Social Responsibility policy in line with the objectives of the Engage2025 strategic plan. She also holds the position of Deputy Chair for the Orange Foundation.