Diana Maddah graduated from the American University of Beirut (AUB) with a Master in Public Health. She is pursuing her PhD in Public Health in a joint program between the Lebanese University and the American University of Beirut. She got many awards such as an award for best poster- presentation at the faculty of Public Health at AUB, an award from Delta Omega Association and she got awarded for many leadership programs funded by the World Health Organization, European Union and USAID.
She worked at Haigazian University as a Project Coordinator and as a Head of Recruitment and Impact Measurement at Teach For Lebanon NGO. She presents and attends many local and international leadership workshops in London, Peru, India, Thailand, etc. Diana joined MUBS as a part time instructor in 2016 then she became a full time Public Health Instructor and a Research Director at MUBS in 2018. She published her paper entitled: “The Perception of Students towards Women and the Perception of Women Themselves about Their Role and Status in Lebanese Rural Communities” funded by the US department through the Knowledge is Power Project that was conducted at AUB. As a part of her work at the National Wellness Network, she builds a network with the municipalities and NGOs to promote public health awareness and wellness among the community members especially the marginalized ones. She co-leads virtual exchange courses under the supervision of MUBS Provost in collaboration with Stanford University and Cardiff Met University.