Diana is responsible for a wide portfolio of research, executive networks, and corporate initiatives in which immigration issues feature prominently. She also works in collaboration with peers to leverage the full capacity of the Conference Board in conducting forecasts on immigration-related trends, investigating policy and program best practices, and understanding the labour market, employment, investment, innovation, and integration implications of Canada’s immigration system.
Diana created and continues to lead one of the Conference Board’s most dynamic executive networks, the Leaders’ Roundtable on Immigration. The Leaders’ Roundtable on Immigration brings together multiple key stakeholder groups, including business leaders and executives, government leaders and officials, and experts and practitioners, to address common issues relating to immigration.
Diana and the members of her team speak at immigration-related events, conduct custom research projects for various organizations, and deliver insights for leaders through a regular webinar series.
Diana previously spent ten years with the World Bank in Washington, D.C. She earned a BA in Japanese Studies from Wellesley College and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.