Diana is a Partner at Brunswick Group, a strategic advisory firm. Diana is part of Brunswick’s Business & Society practice group globally where she advises many of the world’s largest organizations on a wide of breadth of critical societal issues.

Diana has spent almost 20 years building impact initiatives and partnership alliances in environmental, social, governance (ESG) corporate sustainability, the Sustainable Development Goals, risk mitigation of social impact endeavors, new market opportunities and market research, and impact investment funds.

Previously Diana was the Founder of Walker Impact Strategies for almost a decade, consulting in market based and philanthropic social impact strategy, ESG, partnerships, and thought leadership. Diana led work with corporations, governments, investors, NGOs, entrepreneurs, and philanthropists, to develop innovative and measurable environment, social and governance business lines and thought leadership.

Prior to Walker Impact Strategies, Diana spent 12 years at the United Nations Foundation and worked on the 2008 Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama’s 2008 Presidential Campaign, and with the Obama White House on national community service initiatives and women and girls work.

Diana sits on the Board of Counterpart International and Maverick Next. She is Co-Chair of the Independent Advisory Group of Travalyst, a corporate led sustainable travel initiative founded by Prince Harry. She is a BMW Foundation Responsible Leader and a Member of The Conduit and Nexus Global, She is certified and trained by the McKinsey Corporate Management Leadership Academy. She also has spent time mentoring young social entrepreneurs through the Resolution Project’s Guide Program and Techstars. She lives between Colorado and New York and tries to be around the mountains whenever she can get there.

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