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Mr Alpha Ibrahim DIALLO

Mr Alpha Ibrahim DIALLO

Alpha Ibrahim DIALLO
Entry in the IOC 1994
Country GUI (Guinea)
Born 12 June 1932, AITINN DALABA
Education
Graduate of the William Ponty School, Dakar (Senegal); higher education in journalism and civil administration

Career
Director of the Guinean press agency (1958-1960); Director General of Information Services (1961-1966); Directeur de Cabinet at the Foreign Affairs Ministry (1968); Ambassador posted in Algiers, Rabat and Tunis (1969-1971); Ambassador posted in Cairo and the Middle East (1971-1974); Directeur de Cabinet to the Prime Minister (1975-1982); Ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations in New York (1983-1985); Secretary General of the Communications Ministry (1992-1994); minister of Communication and Culture (1997-)

Sports practised
Football, basketball

Sports administration
Member of the African Supreme Council for Sport; Vice-President of the Guinean Football Federation (1970-1990); President of the NOC (1986-2001); member of the ANOCA Executive Committee (1986-1990) then President (2001-2005); member of the ANOC Executive Committee then Vice-President (2001-)

Other activities
Founder President of the African National Broadcasting and Television Union (URTNA) (1960-1962); Chairman of the African Conference for short, medium and long wave broadcasting (UIT Geneva) (1963-1965 and 1966); Chairman of the first Pan-African Cultural Festival, Algiers (1969); Président of the guinean Association for United Nations (AGNU); Vice-President of the World Federation for United Nations Associations (WFUNA)

IOC History
Member of the IOC from 1994 to 2013; Honorary Member since 2013; Member of the Executive Board (2003-2006); member of the following Commissions: Sport for All (1995), Radio and Television (1996-), IOC 2000 (1999), Olympic Solidarity (2002-2006), International Relations (2002-)