Diana has an Mwww 5A from Antioch University in Human Spirituality and a BA in Humanities.  Her study of sacred expressions of ancient cultures has led her to sacred places around the world. She regularly conducts workshops for private and business groups to enable people to discover a fuller actualization of themselves and their greatest human potential.

As a storyteller, she works in the great oral traditions of her Celtic and Delaware Indian heritage by dramatically telling the stories of her ancestors and the world's legends, myths, and folktales. Fun, heartfelt, and filled with wisdom, Diana's stories speak to the greater truths of life while touching the spirit of each individual listener. As a public speaker, Diana has been crafting her talent both nationally and internationally since 1974. In the summer of 2002, Diana was a principal speaker at the International Conference on Healing in Killarney, Ireland and she was the keynote speaker at the Whole Woman's Workshop in Dayton, Ohio. She has been artist-in-residence for schools and has performed for service and social clubs and at public gatherings. She is an adjunct instructor at Urbana University in Ohio, has taught at Antioch University in Ohio, and lecturer at both UCLA and USC in California. She has conducted seminars on presentation skills, writing and skills, and other topics for personal and professional growth at several major multinational corporations including Proctor & Gamble, Delco Products, Honda of America, General Motors, McDonnell Douglas, and Marion-Merrill Dow.

For corporations and other agencies of work, Diana has helped transform the workplace into a place of greater productivity and creativity while creating a more humanistic environment. She has helped companies maintain that which is tried and true while rewriting long-held patterns of belief that change structures for the greater good as well as greater efficiency.  

Diana is an experienced writer as well. She is the author of four books: The Happiness Book, 23Days/A Celtic Journey, The Found Child, and Metropolitan Dayton Flying High. She has written and edited textbooks and supplemental materials in world history and cultures, United States history, language arts, business and personal law, social studies, adult corporate training, volunteer leadership training, management, speech, journalism, psychology, and personal growth texts for major national textbook publishers including Glencoe-McGraw Hill, Inc., Scott Forseman, South-Western Publishing, Prentice Hall, McDougall Littell, Hartcourt Brace, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Fish and Wildlife Services. For the City of Dayton, Diana wrote a multi-module training manual for landlords and tenants and a train-the-trainer manual. She also wrote the Annual Report for the Housing and Development Office for the city. 

Books edited by Diana included: Founding and Fulfillment: Wright State University 1964-1984, Wright State University Press, Ohio;  How To Be Up No Matter What's Going Down, Executive Press, North Carolina; Taxes: Who Pays and Why?, Domestic Policy Association, New York. In video, she has been an on-camera interviewer for Good Samaritan Hospital and Green Memorial Indigent Care Levy Commission.

Her articles appear regularly on Associated Content and E-zineArticles.com. Her publishing credits include nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and photos in such publications as Bay and Delta Yachtsman, Community Woman, Dayton Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Millionaire Magazine, Science of Mind Magazine, Profiles, Pro Health Magazine, US Air Magazine, Writer's Digest, and Woman's World. Diana also wrote weekly features for the Dayton Daily News “Business and Industrial Review," and was a regular contributor to Profiles Magazine, a business publication.

She lives in rural Ohio with three rescued dogs, four rescued cats, and a host deer, red tail hawks, and other wondrous creatures.