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.
Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition
For six years Diane served as secretary of the board at OVEC. Read her letter of request for support here.
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.