Director of Food & Climate
Center for Food Safety
Diana Donlon is the Director of Center for Food Safety’s Cool Foods Campaign – a solutions oriented program, communicating the critical importance of rebuilding soil health for food security, fresh water availability, and climate stability.
Before coming to work for CFS, Diana worked for a variety of family foundations supporting youth and sustainable agriculture programs and was one of the founders of Roots of Change, a state-wide collaborative transitioning California’s food system. As a Program Executive at the Goldman Environmental Prize, she helped elevate the critical causes of environmental activists around the world: Wangari Maathai, Ken Saro Wiwa and Marina Silva.
Diana is the Board Secretary of Watershed Media, award-winning publishers of action-oriented titles. She served in Peace Corps (Morocco) and speaks French and Spanish.