After graduating from Oberlin College, Diana’s career adventure began as a high school teacher in Ohio and Massachusetts. She then opened her classroom to include the outdoors, and taught students of all ages in PA and CA, eventually working as a county park ranger in the Sacramento Valley. Returning to Boston, Diana managed educational programming for the science department at the Boston Children’s Museum. Upon graduation from Antioch University New England, Diana dove into the corporate world as part of the residential energy efficiency team at KeySpan Energy Delivery, now part of National Grid. She managed National Grid’s residential low-income energy programs in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Diana now works as coordinator of energy services for Keene State College. A car-free commuter since 2002, Diana can be spotted in Keene on her bike or push scooter.