Angélique Béatrice Touenguéné-Nlend is a Cameroonian who was born in Akonolinga, in the Cameroon Centre region.
She graduated from the University of Rouen Mont Saint Aignan, where she successively obtained a bachelor’s degree, a Masters in Literature and a Diplôme d'études approfondies or DEA (Diploma of Profound Studies) in modern literature.
She worked 31 years ago at the Port Authority of Douala (PAD) formerly known as the Office National des Ports du Cameroun (ONPC). Angélique has a brilliant career in this High Cameroon’s state-owned company. She performed important duties at the PAD, including: Deputy Director of Human Resources, Human Resources Director and General Administration Manager.
In 2000, Angélique became the 1stfemale Director of all the 4 ports of Cameroon. Currently, she is a senior Officer within The PAD General Directorate. She is the 1st Female President of Sports and Leisure Committee at the Port Authority of Douala.
Angélique is Director and 1st Female chair of the board of directors of Professional training schools’ group in Maritime and Port Estuary Sector: GEPMARE, located in Douala. She is also Deputy Mayor of the Municipality of Douala 1er for 10 years now. She is a Cameroonian politician for 25 years and member of the Executive Board in her political party’s think-tank.
Angélique is a member of several associations and women's networks and is also a Knight of the National Order of Valor.