Fatou Sy Toure is a Senegalese, from Saloum. She holds a Master 2 in Rural Development and Cooperation (DRC), a Master’s degree in Agricultural Business Management, and a Diploma of General University Studies (DEUG) in Economics and Management – all these diplomas were obtained from the Training and Research Unit (UFR) in Economics and Management of the University Gaston Berger (UGB) of Saint-Louis. She is a YALI alumnus of the first cohort of the West African Regional Leadership Center located at the Center for Studies in Management Science (CESAG). She has also benefited from the training in political leadership with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation Stiftung (FES). She was a trainee at Alternatiba in 2016 and took part in training sessions with Youth Volunteers for the Environment (JVE). An entrepreneur, she is co-founder of a start-up named “Sunu-School” which means our school. Agriculture is the area of activity that interests her most because it occupies an important place in the development of any nation. This is why she spares no effort to contribute to the development of this sector, which is a lever for development, especially for the rural world.