Born in December 31, 1952, Elisabeth Essodolom PALI-TCHALLA is one of the influential women of Togo through her professional career and her commitment to society.

Midwife by profession with a State diploma in 1973, she moved very quickly in international trade from 1981 with the creation of the Estética 2000 holding company specializing in the sale of cosmetic products and represented in several countries. of the West African sub-region, Europe and Asia.

In 1990, she was the first Togolese woman to embark on port activity with the opening in 1998 of her very first fleet of vehicles responsible for importing used vehicles.

Her experience in the maritime field will diversify and in 2007 she created OTOCI SA of which she is the CEO and which works in maritime transit, logistics transport, warehousing, consignment and handling. His dazzling career in the maritime field arouses admiration beyond the borders of his country.

In 2015, she was associated with the WIMA Africa (Women in maritim) initiative led by the president of the then African Union Commission, Dr Nkosazana DLAMINI ZOUMA, to bring together women in the maritime sector in Africa. In 2016, she participated in the establishment of the Togolese branch of WIMA, of which she is to date the national godmother.

Business women, Elisabeth Essodolom PALI-TCHALLA, is also recognized for her social commitment.

For more than 25 years, through the SOIF foundation that she created and of which she is the president, she has distinguished herself through the multifaceted support for women's initiatives, the fight against poverty, aid to underprivileged children and the promotion of income-generating activities in rural areas.

She has to her credit numerous fairground campaigns to issue birth certificates to women and children in certain rural areas. Courageous, virtuous women and a great fighter for equality between men and women, her struggle for the education of young girls is flawless. Nationally, his name is still associated with the agricultural sector and specifically with the shea sector.

In 2016, at the end of the AGOA Forum organized by Togo, it was she who took the initiative on her own funds to reorganize the women of the shea sector throughout the national territory within the FIKATO (Shea Sector of Togo) of which she is the president.

Her efforts, recognized by the Togolese State, will pave the way for the establishment of the Togo shea interprofessional organization, which she has chaired since 2019. President and CEO of Société Togolaise de Karité (STK) and member of the executive committee of the Global Shea Alliance (AGK), Elisabeth Essodolom PALI-TCHALLA is committed to winning the bet of the economic empowerment of rural women through shea.

Apostle of peace and non-violence, the one who is affectionately called "Mum" does not hesitate to take her pilgrim's staff in her capacity as high-ranking ambassador of the Federation for Universal Peace (FPU) for sensitize populations to peace and better living together.

His efforts did not leave the highest authorities of his country indifferent. In 2019, she was elevated to the rank of Mono Order Officer by the President of the Togolese Republic, His Excellency Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé. 2