Diana holds a B.A. in Theatre from Purdue University. She received a small theatre academia scholarship for one semester during her senior year. After graduation, she moved to New York City and attended the National Shakespeare Conservatory. Then, she was accepted into the British American Drama Academy summer program in Oxford, England by Michael Kahn. At BADA, she studied under Fiona Shaw and Estell Kohler. During her time in NYC, she also studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory and Micheal Howard studios. After six years in NYC, she was up for a change in life and ended up living in St. Martin for a year. She moved back to Indiana where she worked in different areas which also included teaching drama for a safe-haven program for children. She continued to stay busy by working on commercials, a TV pilot, narration for the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and acting & dancing for the Fort Wayne Dance Collective. She stayed heavily involved in community theatre, as well. After a move to Tampa, she had a lapse of involvement in theatre during the recession. During this time period, she decided to go back to school to learn more business skills and broaden her abilities. This led her to the M.B.A. program at USF St. Pete – where she will be graduating in April 2016! She hopes all of her education and passion will lead her to a life long career within the theatre industry!