Diana is a dynamic professional with 8 years experience in community development, advocacy, rights based family planning, interagency collaboration, and managing local government partnerships in the fields of communications and program management. She has developed experience in managing platforms that have seen immense positive changes in organisations’ programming, communications and information management. She has developed her experience working with organisations like; Uganda Family Planning Consortium (UFPC), World Education Inc.-Bantwana Initiative, Independent Development Fund, Inpact Uganda among others.
Diana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social work and Social administration and a graduate certificate in Project Planning and Management from Training Centre for Development Cooperation (Arusha, Tanzania). She also attained a certificate in the Family Planning Training resources package from USAID-Evidence to action project and managed the online platform for all the training participants to ensure learning continuity.
Diana now currently works with Reproductive Health Uganda as the communications coordinator and is part of the team implementing the AFP intervention in Uganda.