Diana Kahunde is an Actress who is making her mark on and off the screen in Uganda. Her acting has led her to perform on stage in such plays as “Mkasa’s Fate” and “Much ado About Nothing” and can be seen in a new play “Strings” showing in November at the National Theater. Diana is an active member of Film Club Uganda, and on both big and small screen, you can catch her on “Mini bus Uganda” (Currently airing), “Hostel” and movies such as “She like’s Prada” and many more. She is the recipient of the “Most gifted Actress” award from the Super Talent awards in 2012. Off screen, she has received a degree as well as various awards and accolades for Public Administration and Business Management. Diana has also volunteered with the Ugandan Cancer Institute, specifically with Uganda Child Cancer Foundation which is an organization that is very dear and important to her. Using both her management and creative skills, she and the Ugandan Child Cancer Foundation have teamed up to bring an new Television drama “Crossroads” into homes across Uganda. Diana leads a cast who, every week, will tackle the problems, stigmas, and treatments surrounding cancer. She has been working tirelessly to bring about awareness of cancer in an entertaining way, and “Crossroads” has effortlessly married her love for acting and her passion for cancer prevention.