Ibrahima Diallo, M. Ed., /MAOM
Programs Director


Mr. Diallo is a nonprofit professional, business creator and educator with decades of experience in the nonprofit world as the founder and former executive director of the San Diego Museum of African Arts. He helped promote African intrinsic cultural heritage in Southern California. Over the course of his career, he participated in the development and implementation of capacity building programs empowering African communities. Mr. Diallo was featured in prominent news outlets in California including the San Diego Union Tribune and the San Diego Downtown News for his advocacy and contribution to the cultural landscape of Southern California.

Mr. Diallo hold a Master’s degree in Organizational Management/Public Administration and a second Master’s Degree in Higher Education from Ashford University (Golden Honors Student Recipient). In addition, Mr. Diallo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies from American University in Washington DC and completed coursework in Political Sciences from Harvard University Ext. School in Cambridge, MA. After completing his degree in Paralegal Studies from the University of California, San Diego, Mr. Diallo worked in the legal support team for Fish & Richardson, PC in San Diego.