Diana helps not-for-profit, public sector and commercial organisations identify and unlock key drivers of value to improve their impact.

Since joining SVA, Diana has worked on numerous high profile projects spanning topics such as strategic planning and implementation, measurement and evaluation, governance, and cultural change. Recently, her work on a large-scale evaluation of five Indigenous Protected Areas for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet was highlighted in the Productivity Commission’s 2016 Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage Report.

Previously, Diana worked in management consulting for The Boston Consulting Group, advising commercial and public sector clients on strategy, growth, digital innovation, product development and operational efficiency. She has also worked at a big data health analytics start-up, managing and delivering projects for Fortune 100 payer and provider clients.

Diana holds a B.A. in Government and a minor in Economics from Harvard University, and a Master of Public Health from the University of Sydney.