Diane is a seasoned health administrator and expert in food and nutrition program development, implementation, and evaluation. She has contributed to SNAP-Ed evaluation projects in nine states as well as nationwide studies on SNAP and WIC conducted by Altarum. She has extensive experience in the development of qualitative and quantitative data collection instruments and protocols, the facilitation of focus groups and key informant interviews, analysis and reporting of findings, and training and curriculum development. Diane is a former director of nutrition services for Alameda County, California and deputy director of the California WIC Association, where she advocated for women and families at the state and federal levels. Diane is a registered dietitian and has a master’s degree in health care administration.
Areas of Expertise
- State and Federal Food and Nutrition Programs
- Training and Technical Assistance
- Qualitative Research and Mixed Methods Program Evaluation