Diana works with educational leaders on visioning, designing, implementing and managing innovative education programs. Her career has taken her from a classroom teacher piloting a 1:1 program in Maryland to leading the implementation of a multi-million dollar mobile education technology project for UNESCO in Myanmar. Diana has served as a Senior Instructional Facilitator and Director of Learning and Innovation for Johns Hopkins University and Talent Development Secondary where she designed Hybrid Professional Learning trainings on educational neuroscience and technology-pedagogy integration. Diana holds a Master's of Science degree in Educational Neuroscience and Leadership in Digital Age Teaching and Learning from Johns Hopkins University. Diana is currently the K-12 Learning and Innovation Strategist at CDW-G serving the New York City Department of Education.