Mamadou Diagna Ndiaye

Dakar 2026 CNOSS

Mr Mamadou Diagna NDIAYE is President of the Senegalese National Olympic and Sports Committee. He is also President of the Organising Committee for the Youth Olympic Games (OCYOG) Dakar 2026.

Member of the International Olympic Committee since 2015, he has been a member and then an expert of the Sport and Environment Commission, the International Relations Commission, the Public Affairs and Social Development through Sport Commission and a member of the IOC Audit Committee.

During his career as a sports leader, he was notably President of the Senegalese Tennis Federation, President of the African Tennis Confederation, Special Advisor to the President of the International Tennis Federation, Special Advisor to the President of the International Military Sports Council (CISM), President of the Senegalese Football Federation, Vice-President of the Senegalese Sailing Federation.

Banker by profession, Mr. NDIAYE has been Financial Counsellor at the Senegalese Embassy in Paris, Special Counsellor to the Secretary General of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in Vienna, Special Economic and Financial Counsellor to the President of the Republic of Senegal Abdou Diouf. He is currently Director of Banque Attijariwafa in Senegal, Chairman of the Audit Committee of Banque Attijariwafa in Morocco, Special Adviser to the Chairman and CEO of the Attijariwaffa Bank Group, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Canal + International, Director of the Eurafrique Group Capva Sometra in Monaco, Adviser to the President of the Republic of Senegal Macky Sall, in charge of investments and the Strategic Committee.

Mr. Ndiaye is decorated with the French Order of Merit and Legion of Honour, the Order of the "Wissam Alaouite" of Morocco. He is an Officer of the National Order of the Lion of Senegal and Commander of the Order of Isabella the Catholic of Spain.

He is President of the Marie-Louise Mimran Foundation in Geneva, which helps young sports talents in Africa, a member of the French humanitarian association Plus fort la Vie, a member of the honorary committee of the French weekly newspaper Le Point, and a former member of the International Economic Alliance of Harvard University (USA).