Diana is an experienced environmental campaigner and global strategist with 18 years of transforming corporate practices. Her campaigns address the political and economic systems that affect humans and the environment and incorporate race and labor as important dimensions in the fight against climate change.
She has worked to make change and hold corporations accountable in Indonesia, India, Peru, and Ecuador. This has included building strategic partnerships with a broad range of advocacy groups including community, labor, private and public sector stakeholders. The projects and campaigns she has led have focused on issues that draw from industrial chemical systems, mining, industrial agriculture to pesticide regulations, climate mitigation and adaptation measures.