Diana N-Peline Kombui is a member of CAMA (Camfed Association) – the pan-African network of educated young women. She is a graduate from Central University, where she studied B.Sc in Banking and Finance. She was supported by Camfed in partnership with The MasterCard Foundation during her tertiary education. Diana was the President of the University’s CAMA Campus Club and the Secretary for the Camfed Ghana-MasterCard Foundation Scholars Leadership Program. Diana has worked as an intern with Camfed Ghana to help organize leadership and enrichment activities for senior high school and tertiary students.
Diana is passionate about helping others. She is a role model, motivating and inspiring those who have little or no hope of pursuing their dreams. Building on her own experience and her passion for education, she provides vital community services in the Upper West Region of Ghana, where she organized voluntary vacation classes for junior high school students in her community. Diana also visited a number of senior high schools to encourage girls to study hard in spite of the challenges faced, and carried out a two-day advocacy program on teenage pregnancy and school drop outs for junior high school pupils in Lambussie – directly addressing some of these challenges. She currently serves as a member of an advisory group called, the Transition Advisory Group (TAG). Where she provides vital support to young girls to transit from High School to the Tertiary. Diana aspires to be an Auditor and eventually a Chief Executive of a financial institution. Education is her uppermost priority in life, and she hopes to pursue it to the highest level possible.