A native of Delaware County, Diane grew up in Drexel Hill and graduated from Upper Darby High School. She earned her bachelor's of arts degree from Cabrini University in Radnor with a dual major in English and communications, specializing in journalism, photography and graphic design.
During her time at Cabrini, Diane worked as the editor of the student-run newspaper, "The Loquitor." Her position as editor earned her a spot on a study mission to Poland and Israel with the Anti-Defamation League, where she toured holocaust sites in Poland before traveling to Israel. Once in Israel, she visited holy sites of all major religions within the city of Jerusalem and the surrounding areas. She also spoke with Arab and Jewish leaders, spent a day with the Israeli Army, visited the Dead Sea, and then went in to the desert by camel to spend time at a Bedouin camp.
Diane has spent more than 20 years in the field of local community journalism covering towns within Montgomery, Chester, Delaware and Berks counties as part of a team of digital editors in charge of the online and social media platforms for Digital First Media newspapers throughout the Philadelphia region, including The Pottstown Mercury, Daily Local News in West Chester, The Times Herald in Norristown and the Delaware County Daily Times. She has brought her in-depth knowledge of the region to the real estate industry as a licensed Realtor at RE/MAX HOMEPOINT to help make your real estate dreams come true!
Diane loves the outdoors and enjoys high peaks hiking, kayaking and camping. She is also an accomplished long-distance triathlete and practices Bikram yoga. She lives in East Nantmeal Township, Chester County, with her partner and two children.