Diana has advised non-profit organizations and charities for more than 20 years and has worked with the Liger Leadership Academy since its inception in July 2009. She specializes in international issues faced by charities, including cross-border giving and fundraising, tax and fiduciary issues with a focus on private foundations, educational and cultural institutions and humanitarian relief organizations. Throughout her career as an attorney in both New York and London, Diana has counseled numerous charities on governance questions and federal non-profit tax law. She received a BA in Cultural Anthropology and an MA in Education – Language, Literacy and Culture from Stanford University, a JD from the University of Pennsylvania and an LLM in Taxation from NYU. Raised with a multicultural, multilingual household and education, Diana enjoys interacting with Liger’s multicultural, multilingual students and staff to further cross-cultural education.