Diana has extensive experience in grantmaking, public policy, and advocacy. She has spent the bulk of her career working on behalf of vulnerable children, both domestically and abroad. At the Stoneleigh Foundation, she oversees the Emerging Leader Fellowship program and has a focus on cross-systems work in the juvenile justice field. Prior to joining Stoneleigh, she served as executive director of Save Africa’s Children, where she led the disbursement of grants to hundreds of grassroots and faith-based organizations serving orphans and vulnerable children in Africa, and a Senior Policy Analyst with Bread for the World in Washington, DC. Diana holds a holds a Master in City Planning from MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning.