Diana is responsible for advancing global health policy and advocacy interests within the multilateral landscape, including the G7/G20, UN, WHO, and other specialized agencies.
Prior to IFPMA, Diana held diverse health policy and strategy positions in the national, regional, and global contexts at the United States Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and World Health Organization.
Diana holds a bachelor’s degree on Public Health Studies and Entrepreneurship and Management from Johns Hopkins University as well as an Executive Master of Business Administration from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL).
Tackling global health challenges requires balanced and innovative approaches. With IFPMA at the helm, public-private collaboration is a key enabler for fit-for-purpose and sustainable solutions.