From catching snakes as a child, Diana continued her love of learning studying Environmental Sciences (Macalester College), serving in Peace Corps, and consulting for WWF/IUCN. She earned a Master’s of Public Health (Johns Hopkins), a Master’s of Science in Biomimicry (Arizona State University), and is a Certified Biomimicry Professional. She serves on ASU’s Biomimicry Center Advisory Board. An EPA Life Scientist, Diana works with Tribal Governments on environmental challenges, including a major dam removal/river restoration project. Through ReGenerous Cities, she works to inspire local communities to be resilient and well-adapted to place. Diana loves turning over rocks and exploring nature with friends and family.