Diana has over 20 years of experience in fundraising, event production and community activism.  Most recently, Diana was a member of the development team at the William J. Clinton Foundation directing the Foundation’s Millennium Network. Prior to that, she served as the Executive Producer of the GLAAD Media Awards, negotiating broadcast deals with LOGO and Bravo. She was also Director of Corporate Relations & Special Events and launched Thank GLAAD its Friday (TGIF), a national community event series targeting young professionals and the inaugural GLAAD Media Awards in Advertising.


Before joining GLAAD, she served as Director of Event Management & Public Relations for the Jackie Robinson Foundation, where she conceptualized and launched the first-ever Jackie Robinson Day, which was institutionalized league wide by Major League Baseball.  In 2004 and in conjunction with Office of President George W. Bush, she produced the ceremony posthumously awarding Jackie Robinson the Congressional Gold Medal.


Diana is an honors graduate from Georgetown University and lives in New York City with her spouse, Ann Marie, and their two rescue dogs – Shelby Savannah and Madison Leigh.