Is a leading voice for Climate Action, Equality and Inclusion in Australia. She challenges others to be vocal on the impact of climate change, she encourages women to achieve their career aspirations, and challenges men to examine their assumptions about women.
In 2002, Diana founded Xplore for Success, a consultancy that specialises in equity and inclusion. More than 16,000 women and men have benefited from Xplore’s services. Diana is a member of the Chief Executive Women’s Group and sat on the Industry Advisory Group for Victorian Police in their work to reduce internal Sexual Harassment and Bullying. Diana is committed to a number of charitable and philanthropic causes including Women for Election, Honour a Woman, Dress for Success and EarthTech.
From 1997 to 2001, Diana was Managing Director of Apple Australia and, while at the helm, won the Hewitt Associates annual ‘Employer of the Year’ Award. From 2006 to 2009, Diana was the Vice President of Chief Executive Women (CEW) and developed and led CEW Leadership Program.
In January 2010, Diana became a Member of the Order of Australia, AM, for her significant contribution to the education community, her commitment and support to the advancement of women, and her ongoing charitable work. In 2018, Diana was named as one of the 100 Women of Influence in the Diversity and Inclusion category. Diana is also a passionate advocate for action on Climate Change.
Diana lives in Sydney with her husband Bill, has two sons, two daughters-in-law and six grandchildren.