Diana Goodman Milich is the President of D2A2 Investment Group, a real estate development and architectural restoration firm. A graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Business School, Diana worked in economic research at the World Bank and Federal Reserve Board as well as marketing at Kraft General Foods. She subsequently managed marketing at contract furniture manufacturer American Atelier before launching a mail order furniture catalog focused on modern design. Diana attained her Certificate in Digital Media Marketing from New York University and has worked on several digital media projects in both private and nonprofit organizations, including Community-Word Project and Girls for Gender Equity, Inc. A graduate of public schools in Pennsylvania and former Rotary exchange student to Brazil, Diana is inspired by CWP's mission to empower underprivileged children through the arts, to train teaching artists, and to build community. She believes CWP's unique approach enables children to discover their voice, explore their passions, and achieve their potential. Diana lives with her husband and two teenage children in Manhattan.
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