Diane currently leads the foundation’s efforts to improve the experience and outcomes of patient care. Until recently she led the foundation’s team exploring opportunities to provide high-quality, community-based care for high-need patients, and previously supported the foundation’s Nursing Initiative, from 2007-2015.
Diane draws on extensive for-profit and nonprofit management experience, including over 25 years focused on organizational transformation of philanthropic organizations and nonprofit agencies. She served for six years as a member of the senior management team at the Robin Hood Foundation while working as the director of management assistance. Diane also worked, at various times, as acting program officer for early childhood programs, education programs, and youth and after school programs for Robin Hood. She previously worked as a strategy consultant at Booz-Allen & Hamilton. Diane started her career as an analyst and subsequently an associate at Morgan Stanley & Co. and completed a summer internship at the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Diane earned her master’s degree from the Yale University School of Management, where she was selected as a teaching assistant for graduate level economics and finance courses. She earned an AB in human biology and French studies from Stanford University.
Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing
Serious Illness Care