2020 Summit on Race Matters in WV: A six-part summit designed to discuss race in a comprehensive, collaborative, and compassionate manner in order to build what Martin Luther King, Jr. termed a “beloved community” in West Virginia. Commissioned by The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation.
ZERO TO THREE – The Model Convening Project
Four national early childhood models developed a framework and a Hand-in-Hand Guide on how to enhance community collaboration in order to achieve equitable outcomes for young children and their families. Diane’s stories about community stakeholders include:
“Meeting Parents Where They Are”
“Paying It Forward”
“Building Relationships in Service to Families”
A profile on Dr. Joseph B. Touma for Marshall Magazine
Feature Article: Get in Touch with Your Creative Side at the Pottery Place
A blog post featuring the infant mental health services offered at Grafton Integrated Health Network, a Virginia-based behavioral healthcare provider.
Diane served as rapporteur for a symposium hosted by Bridging Health & Community, a Seattle-based nonprofit. The convening, “Community Agency and Health,” was held in Oakland, CA. Read her summation here.
Diane wrote a brochure about the Glenwood Estate in West Charleston, West Virginia, for the Glenwood Project, a graduate humanities program initiative. Built in 1852, The Glenwood Estate is a pre-civil war mansion that housed three of Kanawha County’s most prominent families.