Dianne has designed, incubated and scaled efforts to transform health systems, promote healthy behaviors, and advocate for policy solutions to advance health. She currently leads the Foundation’s long-term and annual strategic planning, as well as, program and impact evaluation. Dianne is passionate about preventing dental disease so that more people can enjoy good health.
Over the past 20 years, social justice has been a consistent theme in her work that has spanned philanthropy, public health, communications and public policy. In the community, Dianne has volunteered on the local parks board, coached social venture teams, and served on a community health center board.
Dianne holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health (Global Health) and undergraduate degrees in English Literature and Business. In her free-time, Dianne loves to travel near and far and spend time outside hiking, kayaking, and gardening.