El Hadji Amadou Lamine Sarr is a native of Dakar and a volunteer dedicated to the task. He graduated in 2010, the same year he was selected to do his graduate studies at Gaston-Berger University in Saint-Louis. In July 2017, he graduated with Master II in Local Governance and Sustainable Development. During his career, he had to do two internships, the first at the level of the City of Dakar at the Urban Development Department; and the second at the Commune of Patte D’oie, as a municipal agent in charge of technical operations relating to urban planning and construction. He has always been committed and available by carrying out activities through student associations of the UGB more specifically the Amicale des Anciens de Plateau (AAP) by occupying several positions over the years until becoming the President. He cumulated at the same time, a job at Restaurant Le Sedor as responsible for communication and management. But also, he performed in the kitchen as “Fast-Foodier” where he had the pleasure to take care of his customers with a quality service. What interests him most is agriculture but he likes to feel the human relationship via communication.