Nanyeni Glory Diotoh graduated from the University of Buea Cameroon with a bachelor’s degree in international relations and conflict resolution. In 2019, she completed an intensive training on Africans Rising Solidarity on Peace and Mediation, covering conflicts, dealing with complexity and armed forces, and engaging young women in mediation and conflict resolution, conducted at the ActionAid Global platforms in Nairobi Kenya.
After the outbreak of the Cameroon Anglophone crisis in 2016, she began her humanitarian work with, the Foundation for Child Welfare, a a local nonprofit organization, where she worked as a child protection officer.
In 2022, Nanyeni became the Africans Rising regional organizer for engagement in the Central African Region, where she coordinated the activities of movement in all of Central Africa. As a key woman peacebuilder in Cameroon, Nanyeni plans to enhance the women’s peace and security agenda of her country and other countries globally. She is the recipient of a Kroc Institute Fellowship.