Visual & Media Arts Faculty
Diana is a Hollywood veteran with over 20 years of experience in live and taped events such as The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, the 26th Olympiad Opening and Closing Ceremonies, and many more. Diana's roles in the television and movie industries include Script Supervisor, Production Supervisor, Associate Director, Coordinating Producer and Producer. She is also a proud member of the Directors Guild of America (television). Although Diana spent most of her career in Los Angeles working, in 2002 she decided to come back to New England to start a new family. Although the Emerson Channel takes up most of her time, she still does freelance television work such as "The Mark Twain Prize," "Library of Congress Gershwin Prize," and all the New York commemorations of the 9-11 attack. She also has found a niche in televising red carpets, notably the "2012 ABC Emmys Red Carpet" which she produced.