Diana has more than 15 years of experience building high impact, cross-sector alliances and thought leadership positioning within frameworks such as the Millennium and Sustainable Development Goals, ESG investment frameworks, Bcorps, and social entrepreneur investment funds. As Founder and CEO of Walker Impact Strategies, Diana works with businesses, governments, entrepreneurs, and philanthropists to develop innovative and measurable for-impact investment and partnership strategies. Most recently, Diana has led strategy and partnerships for corporations, including Caterpillar, Guggenheim Investments, Chobani, Dell, Blackbaud, AnswerLab, Techstars, and others. She has worked with social impact groups, including the Skoll Foundation, TED, Climate Reality Project, members of the UK Royal Family, and is leading programming curation for The Conduit in London, support in building the Global Goals Hub in Davos during the World Economic Forum, and building and leading coordination for Global Goals Week in New York during UN Week. Diana previously worked for 12 years at the United Nations Foundation and in national politics, including working on presidential campaigns, a presidential inauguration and collaboration with the White House Administration. Diana is Chair of the Social Sector Accelerator, and sits on the Board of Counterpart International in Washington, DC and the Posner Center in Denver, CO. She is a member of the BMW Foundation’s Responsible Leaders Forum and has spent time mentoring young social entrepreneurs through the Resolution Project’s Guide Program. Diana was named by the Diplomatic Courier and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy as one of the top 99 young foreign policy leaders. Diana currently resides in Denver, CO and on an airplane and loves to spend her time traveling the world and in the outdoors.