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Diana Léon-Taylor, President and CEO

diana-leon-taylorDiana joined the Nonprofit Roundtable of Greater Washington in June of 2013 as the second President and CEO. Prior to joining the Roundtable, she was Principal of SageGroup-DC LLC, where she successfully led the development of numerous programs, partnerships, events and training programs for nonprofit organizations. She has also served as Interim Executive Director of the Black Student Fund and advised the Latino Student Fund on its youth programs as well as development strategies. She has counseled Leadership Greater Washington on strategic planning, and formerly developed of a series of communications and education programs for the Fannie Mae Foundation.

Beyond Washington, she has been affiliated with the National Park Trust, leading its mission expansion to include and cultivate the next generation of conservationist. This expansion financially grew the organization and led to its winning effort to secure Senate ratification of National Kids to Parks Day, which this year brought over 100,000 children to the capital to participate. And, on the global stage, she most recently was the Chief Director of International Relations at the Haitian Diaspora Federation, serving as political liaison to the White House, State Department, the United Nations and embassies in the United States. In that capacity, she convened tens of thousands of professionals and nonprofit organizations to engage in redevelopment efforts and political advocacy following the 2010 Haiti earthquake. She has also been an adviser to the Women's Global Initiative.

Read Diana's "Meet the Staff" here.