Mamadou Djitte holds a doctorate in legal and political sciences, specializing in public law, from Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar (UCAD). His field of expertise is national and international public institutions.
He is a teacher-researcher, agent of the State of Senegal recruited by the Ministry of Technical Education, Vocational Training, Employment and Integration as a trainer. He is the author of several press articles on, among others, ideology in politics, the virus of the crisis of confidence and Senegalese democracy in question.
He is currently an international collaborator at the Observatoire des administrations publiques autochtones (OAPA) where he is conducting research leading to a comparative analysis of the impact of mining policies on vulnerable populations in Senegal and Aboriginal populations in Quebec.