ABOUT

"Amidst the glitz and glamour that come with certain achievements and opportunities, I do my best to stay grounded. Power, fame, money would mean nothing in a life void of values and purpose. People get it wrong thinking life's easy for others with certain assets and connects, but I can write an entire book to show otherwise. We all give and take. What are you willing to give?"

- DIANA DAYAO

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DIANA DAYAO,

also known as DIANA D., 

is a top female host in Manila. She earned her degree in Communication at the Pamantasan ng Maynila, a premiere school for scholars, and is now carving a niche in multimedia hosting (radio, events, online) with her striking presence and bubbly aura. Her natural wits and humor have been a mingling of her backgrounds in the corporate, government and entertainment worlds making her a perfect fit for both upscale audience and the masses.

Before becoming a host, Diana was a columnist for The Daily Tribune and Manila Times, a speechwriter, and a communication consultant. Presently she has her own live talk show called Art of Advocacy - an official show on the #1 Pinoy live-streaming app Kumu.

 

Diana, likewise, is a recording artist known for her sultry sound. Her debut album Senti Sultry | Diana D. is released under Viva Records, but prior to signing as a solo artist, she’s already an accomplished songwriter having written Platinum-certified songs for many major artists and recording labels in the Philippines, US and beyond.

 

Also an advocate of love, Diana founded Manila Street Love - a mobile outreach and love campaign for the street kids and homeless of Manila. All these along with being a former Miss Manila earned her the tag

“the Beauty and Brains with a Heart.” 

FOR MORE INFO ON HER MUSIC & HOSTING BACKGROUND:

DIANA DAYAO IN THE NEWS

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WhenInManila.com

15 Passionate Filipinos Whose Advocacies Will Inspire You

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Manila Bulletin

Sexy and Unbound

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Adobo Magazine

Art & Culture: Kumu in Intramuros