Diana was challenged in 1991 to create a department to provide health education programs. Since then, the department has grown to provide inclusive primary prevention K-12 grade health education curricula and health careers education. Diana is very active in local and state-level public health initiatives that impact the overall health of school-aged youth. She serves on School-Business partnership boards, a variety of health topic policy councils and school district health advisory councils, all working toward a common purpose.

Best part of my job:

Having my team work together to improve the delivery of our programs, to then work with schools and community folks in planning, developing, implementing and evaluating the success of the service.

Fun Fact:

"I am a Hallmark movie junkie."