With Networks Since: 1996
Diane received a Bachelors degree in Organizational Management from Eastern University, and a Masters in Information Technology in Education from Nova Southeastern University. Her expertise is in Instructional Design, and she is passionate about making technology accessible for all. Diane began her service with Networks over 20 years ago, facilitating career planning for individuals leaving Embreeville State Hospital, and continued her work as Director of CareerNet, a small demonstration project focused on finding meaningful community employment for people with significant disabilities in Philadelphia. Diane now assists Networks with its overall technology needs and services, where she works to ensure universal design of the technology used here at Networks, as well as assisting our customers in accessing and utilizing the various technologies available to them through alternative software, accommodations, and built-in accessibility features. Diane continues to conduct training in various topic areas seeking out new information in the areas of universal design.
In her spare time, Diane enjoys cycling, especially when riding with her cycling team, Ru’s Riders, in support of cancer research. Diane also enjoys computers, reading, music, and relaxing with her dog at home.
Certifications and Awards:
- MPT (Matching Person with Technology) Certificate
- Creating Accessible Documents Certificate (EASI)
- Certificate in Distance Learning, Indiana University
- Apprentice Gamification Certification - Sententia