Diane serves as an equity consultant, mentor, and speaker. She provides services to the North East region through in-person and hybrid formats.
Diane has worked with individuals in a formal leadership role, individuals who oversee operations of teams, and staff/key personnel or volunteers within an organization. She has served and partnered with various populations, including Hispanic or LatinX, White/Caucasian, Black/African American, Immigrants, and LGBTQIA2S+.
Diane was the coordinator of a Lactation Program for 16 Years. During her time as a coordinator, she and her colleagues fostered the adoption of diversity, equity, and inclusion education and involvement in a very diverse community. She also founded an internship program with emphasis on adding diverse individuals into the workforce. Diane has given lectures on diverse populations and groups, some examples being obesity, breastfeeding, and those with disabilities. She has also lectured regarding diversity and breastfeeding Latina and African American women. Her experience is heavily based in teaching, with her audience being health care professionals and parents.
Diane is now retired but still interested in providing advice and mentorship to those looking to add more diversity to their organizations and public spaces. She has worked closely with WIC and opened doors for many groups of individuals. She is very passionate about her sponsoring work, where she delivered breastfeeding-focused seminars with Children’s Futures.