Diana is interested in art for persons with Traumatic Brain Injury and Learning Disabilites. She worked
with SEPS Learning Center (Specialized Educational Programming Services). Diana also worked as a Special Education
Teacher Assistant at Bountiful High School. She has a bachelor's degree in Family and Local History Studies [Scandinavian Professional Genealogy] from Brigham Young University. Diana has completed coursework for a master's degree in Latin American Studies with an emphasis in Anthropology from
the University of Florida and holds a master's degree in International Studies with an emphasis in Education from Concordia University-Irvine. She has worked on archaeological excavations in Florida and Israel. Diana has taught high school and college English
in China and English conversation in Japan and Thailand, where she received a Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching
to Adults (CELTA) from International House Bangkok. Diana served as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Bolivia and has traveled throughout the world. She is particularly interested in genealogical anomalies and is researching
these Forgotten Branches to remove barriers in solving genealogical mysteries. Diana is a featured photographer and the editor of Alaska's Boardwalk Lodge'sTaste of Boardwalk: Alaska's Signature Cookbook. She most recently attended classes at LDS Business College.