Diana is a community leader serving in a variety of roles with an emphasis in Education, Equity and Social Justice.
As an enrolled member of Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribe, Diana is passionate about policy and issues affecting the Native American community and is working to bring Coast Salish art, food and culture to South Snohomish County. As a member of the Blue Heron Canoe Family, Diana is involved in education and advocacy for youth involvement in Tribal Canoe Journey in the Puget Sound region.
Before her active volunteer and family life, Diana was a commercial insurance underwriter earning a C.P.C.U. designation. She left the corporate world to raise her 4 amazing children. Diana and husband Steve live in Edmonds and enjoy being outdoor enthusiasts and entertaining friends and family.
Diana received her Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Washington State University.