Director of Center for Food Safety's Soil Solutions program
Diana Donlon is Center for Food Safety's Food and Climate Campaign Director where she leads Soil Solutions - a program communicating the critical importance of rebuilding soil health for food security, fresh water availability and climate stability. Center for Food Safety (CFS) is a national not-for-profit public interest organization.
Before coming to work for CFS, Diana worked for a variety of family foundations supporting youth and sustainable agriculture programs and was one of the founders of Roots of Change. As a program executive at the Goldman Environmental Prize, she helped to elevate the critical and often unrecognized causes of environmental activist around the world including Wangari Maathai, Ken Saro Wiwa and Marina Silva.
Diana is the Board Secretary of Watershed Media, award-winning publishers of action-oriented titles including Farming with the Wild. She served in the Peace Corps in Morocco and speaks French and Spanish.