Diana Dinerman is a project management and communications professional offering fifteen years experience in creative, corporate and academic writing. A Washington, DC-native, she previously worked for the Patent and Trademark Office, Department of Defense, and the Department of Justice, serving teams from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). After working as a government contractor, she transitioned to the non-profit sector to build successful grant programs for mission-based organizations. As a non-profit consultant, Ms. Dinerman secured over one million in private foundation and government grants to support arts education for underprivileged youth, and public access to the performing arts.
In the private sector, Ms. Dinerman was the Director of Project Management for a digital agency, where she supervised over five million in accounts, delivering scalable, web-based business solutions to corporations, lobbying and advocacy groups, and membership organizations.
Ms. Dinerman is a graduate of Indiana University and the George Washington University. She was a writing instructor at the George Washington University and taught American History at the University of Minnesota during her PhD. Ms. Dinerman has received many grants for her historical research, and was a research fellow at the University of Minnesota, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, and the University of Southern California.
Ms. Dinerman is pleased to offer her project management and grant writing skills to serve California Consulting’s municipal, education, and non-profit clients.