Diana is Director of Advisory Services focused on providing high quality, high impact client engagement solutions to mission-driven organizations. Before joining Mission Throttle, Diana worked as a consultant at EY in the Financial Services Office (FSO) in New York City, where she managed the implementation of data analytics solutions for Fortune 500 financial services companies. She has over a decade of experience working in financial advisory services, and has specialized in analytics, business intelligence solutions, and strategy consulting.

Throughout her career, Diana has also worked with internationally recognized impact organizations and startups. Previous projects include working with Rajiv Gandhi Mahila Vikas Pariyojana (RGMVP) to improve the lives of women in rural India through increased access to financial resources, and with Land O’Lakes to accelerate the advancement of agriculture technology and invention-based business in Tanzania. She also served on the launch committee of Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE), an enterprise awarded the 2010 Curry Stone Design Prize and recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative for using market-based approaches to solve problems affecting women in developing nations.

At Mission Throttle, Diana leverages her experience in consulting, work in the impact sector, and strategy design to assist mission-driven organizations in developing innovative strategies to obtain financial stability and greater social impact.  Diana has developed and managed service offerings including, but not limited to, strategy design, business model development, strategic planning, visioning session facilitation, financial analysis, impact assessment, and impact investment due diligence. Diana has served clients in a broad range of sectors, including early childhood education, youth services, environmental sustainability, workforce development, food injustice, and community advocacy.

Diana received both her B.A. in Economics with high distinction and her MBA with distinction from the University of Michigan, where she was the Director of Investments for the Social Venture Fund, and a Zell Lurie Institute Entrepreneurship Scholar. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma honor societies and was previously nominated for the Harold D. Osterweil Prize in Economics through the University of Michigan.