Balozi Libereta Mulamula ana kila sifa za kuwa mwana diplomasia aliyebobea kwenye masuala ya conflict resolution. Kwani kwa kiasi kikubwa alikuwa mstari wa mbele wa kusuluhisha mgogoro kule kwenye maziwa makuu na ni mahiri sana kwenye kutatua migogoro na naamini ataaminiwa zaidi kwani sio mwanasiasa. Sioni sababu ya kuwapeleka wana diplomasia wetu nje ya nchi kutatua migogoro wakati tunaweza kuwatumia huku tanzania kutatua migogoro yetu. Profile yake hii hapa: Ambassador Mulamula is the Senior Advisor of the President of the Republic of Tanzania. Until December 2011 she has been the Executive secretary of Secretariat of the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR). Ambassador Mulamula joined the Foreign Service in 1981 as Third Secretary in the Legal and Multi Lateral Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her early experience in Foreign Service included participation in all meetings of the United Nations General Assembly in New York as a delegate from Tanzania held annually from September to December. She was then posted to the country's Permanent Mission to the UN in New York as theAmbassador's Advisor in Political affairs and Decolonization issues. She worked there in different capacities from 1985-1992. For three years (1989-1992), she was also a member of the UN/OAU Expert Group on the Denuclearization of Africa leading to the Treaty of Pelindaba. From 1992-1994, Ambassador Mulamula participated in the Rwandese peace talks in Arusha Tanzania as part of the Facilitators team; attended UNITAR training workshop on conflict resolution and management, Vienna, Austria, 1996; and was appointed Special Assistant to the Permanent Secretary of the Tanzania Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1996-1999. In that capacity she attended bilateral, regional and multilateral meetings, including successive UN General Assembly sessions, SADC and EAC Summits, Great Lakes Region peace initiatives and others. During the same period she was also a part-time lecturer on the "Art of Negotiations" at the Centre for Foreign Relations, Dar-el-Salaam. She also served at the Tanzania High Commission to Canada as Minister Plenipotentiary and Head of Chancery from 2002 to 2003 when she returned home after being appointed Ambassador and Director of Multilateral Cooperation; the post she held up to the year 2006. At the same time Ambassador Mulamula served as Tanzania's National Coordinator at the International Conference on the Great Lakes. In recognition of her abilities, she was in December 2006 she was appointed by the Great Lakes Summit in Nairobi the first Executive Secretary of the Secretariat of the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR). In this post, she was charged with the responsibility of establishing and making the secretariat operational. She coordinated the activities of the ICGLR, which included ensuring implementation of the region's Peace, Security and Development accord; which seeks to build durable peace and stability in the region.