Diane consults with both individuals and organizations interested in planning for the “new” retirement. Her knowledge and expertise in programs focusing on the psychological/social issues of retirement; financial goal setting; retirement/pre-retirement planning; financial decision-making skills; financial issues for eldercare; money decisions for women; utilizing company benefit plans; and owning your role in retirement security are nationally recognized. She also has coordinated a Successful Aging grant from The Cleveland Foundation as well as working as a Senior Retirement Consultant and national resource for financial and retirement education at Watson Wyatt.
She holds a Master’s in Student Development in Higher Education from Case Western Reserve University and a B.A. in Secondary Education, English and Business from Ursuline College (Cleveland, OH).