Diana K. Myers has spent her career working for the marginalized and underserved, and is dedicated to growing the capacity of organizations devoted to this cause, internationally and in the United States. She was Vice President for International Programs for Save the Children/US until Sept 2018, and serves now as Senior Advisor to the CEO of Save the Children/US and Save the Children/India. Her commitment to social justice began as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal, and continued through work with the World Bank and several international NGOs, before joining Save the Children in 1995. She is a member of the Save the Children/Philippines board, and has served as a board officer for the Tibet International Council and The Textile Society of America.
Diana is also passionate about the preservation of indigenous culture and the empowerment of women, which led her to support the Queen Mother of Bhutan in establishing a National Textile Museum; she has organized award-winning exhibitions and published extensively on Himalayan textiles. Diana graduated from Princeton University, and has completed Executive Leadership programs organized by Harvard University and others.