Diane Tapimali is a PhD candidate in Mining Law from the University of Dschang Cameroon. Her sensitivity to land and environmental issues stems from the fact that she comes from a family of small-scale quarry operators. In practice, she took part in the implementation of many land projects such as the LandCam project with le Centre pour l’Environnement et le Développement in 2020 to identify land tenure issues faced by local women in agribusiness. She is the author of two papers (“Tax Incentives and development of renewable energies in Cameroon and Chad” (RADE 6/2021) and “The standardisation of the anticipation of environmental risk in Cameroonian mining law” (RPAE, May 2022)). She took part in the NELGA CA Workshops on labour market integration (October 2022) and in the one-month online training programme on Sustainable Land Governance, organised by the Youth Initiative on Land Governance in Africa (December 2022). She is also a member of the Association of Young Experts on Land issues in Cameroon. It is obvious that she needs to continuously improve in order to develop expertise and make a place for her career in management consulting dream in a highly competitive world.