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Diana Lady Dougan
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Diana Lady Dougan

Ambassador Diana Lady Dougan has been a long-term pioneer in expanding the horizons of media and information technology applications and access globally. For more than three decades she served in senior strategic, communications technology, and foreign policy leadership positions in industry and government, including appointments by three U.S. Presidents (Republican and Democrat) in full Senate-confirmed positions.

As the first statutory U.S. Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy and administratively as Assistant Secretary of State during the Reagan years, Amb. Dougan oversaw international telecom, broadcast, and IT policy interests, coordinating treaty negotiations involving over a dozen U.S. federal agencies. With bipartisan support from Congress, she spearheaded a wide range of liberalizing international policy advances, significantly expanding telecom, media, and IT access in developing as well as industrialized countries. Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) in Beijing.

Amb. Dougan is a Senior Advisor at the Center for Strategic & International Studies and chair of the Cyber Century Forum. In 2021, she became chair of the Educational Reform Foundation, which primarily focuses on constructively impacting K-12 schools at risk. In this regard, she is working on catalyzing post-COVID initiatives with UVA’s Darden School of Business Partnership for Leaders in Education. Her other board directorships include Ron Brown Scholars, Council of American Ambassadors, University of California at San Diego’s Graduate School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS) and the 21st Century China Center (co-founder), Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination (co-founder), Center for Commerce and Diplomacy (co-founder), the DC Environmental Film Festival, Educational Reform and Maitri of India Foundation.

Ambassador Dougan's opinion articles have been published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, International Herald Tribune, and The Christian Science Monitor, among others, and her books include Climbing the Great Wall of E-Commerce (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) and Arab & Muslim Countries: Profiles in Contrast (Brookings Institute Press). She has been honored by many awards for her public service. She is also an honorary citizen of The Republic of Korea and has been accorded both the personal and permanent rank of Ambassador.

The Ambassador Mrs. Diana Lady Dougan from 2020 to the present day in 2024, her contribution to the African cause in general and to the Guinean cause in particular has inspired many people. Mama Dougan, her dedication and commitment to maintaining her mission of always being able to "Make a difference".

"Making a Difference" is a sustainable and salutary mission. This is an important aspect of human life for Mama Dougan. She uses multiple ways to create a positive impact on the world, whether through her work, her relationships, or her contribution to society. It is not only about giving material goods, but also values and principles that we embody and transmit to future generations, such as its concerns for the protection and well-being of women and children AND the emancipation of women, education, and development for youth, and the right to justice for all.

There are different ways to approach the idea of leaving a lasting legacy. Some people may strive to make a difference in their immediate community, while others may aim for a greater impact on a global scale. At the end of the day, the goal is to leave behind something meaningful that will benefit others and make the world a better place.

Mrs. Bénie KOUYATE of Benie Foundation and Ambassador Mrs. Diana LADY Dougan on Wednesday, 11 of January 2023 arrived at Ahmed Sékou Touré International Airport in Conakry, Guinea, where they were greeted by a huge crowd of widowed, women, orphans, and artists as they got off the plane at 8 p.m. Many other destitute and vulnerable people were also present at the reception.

The objective of this visit was to raise awareness of the harmful effects of technology on children's education, to hand over the awards to the members and partners of the Benie Foundation, and thus to see the living conditions of vulnerable groups in Guinea.