Dianna has served as Executive Director of the Military Assistance Project since its founding in 2011, and has helped build the organization to include nine Board Members and over one hundred volunteer attorneys, law students, Certified Public Accountants, and Enrolled Agents with the IRS.
Management and leadership have long been a passion of Dianna's. She has over ten years' experience in Human Resource roles (in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors), wherein she has overseen staff management, training, recruiting, and organizational development. Her career began in executive-level recruitment for Resources Global Professionals (a project-based professional services firm founded byDeloitte & Touche and now publicly traded on the NASDAQ) in Philadelphia, PA and later, San Diego, CA. Dianna's leadership and non-profit experience includes work with Global Youth United, New Global Citizens, YMCA Camp Organization, the Franklin Institute Camp-In Program, Philadelphia Youth Network, and the Philadelphia World Affairs Council. She has served with Cross Cultural Solutions at both the Kositsamorson School in Bangkok, Thailand and the Good Hope School in Moshi, Tanzania. She holds a B.A. in history from James Madison University, is a 2011 graduate of the AmeriCorps Public Allies program at Arizona State University's Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, and is a student at Rutgers Camden School of Law.
Rowing Team Dates:
August 6 2014 -August 10th, 2016
The Military Assistance Project Team is Rowing the Rogue River on a Charity Paddle, dedicated to raising funds to provide legal and housing services to Philadelphia veterans and military personnel.
Purpose for Rowing:
Our MAP Donor Adventure Team represents the true meeting of philanthropy and outdoor experiences. We get to experience life changing physical endeavors while doing good for the community, and I feel grateful to get to be part of that!