Diane was a practicing psychotherapist in the St. Louis Community for nearly 40 years. She has maintained a commitment to non-profit organizational work as a Board Member and volunteer for Doorways Interfaith Housing (current Emeritus Chair), College Bound (2007-2013, founding Board Member), Cultural Leadership (2006-2012), St. Louis Effort for Aids (case manager, hotline volunteer), Youth Emergency Service, and Central Reform Congregation. She was a member of the Leadership St. Louis class of 2003-4. Her volunteerism continues to be a focus for her, as she currently sits on the Board of the Brightpoint Health (in New York City) as well as the ACLU of MO. She is also active in her family business as a Director on the Board of Directors. Diane has been honored as the St. Louis Woman of Achievement of 2014, and the "Michael Edlin Award Winner," the highest service award of Doorways Interfaith Housing.
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