As a lawyer, Diane has the unique opportunity to help your child in ways that make a real difference over the child's entire life. She views her work as an investment in your child's future. Her work immediately impacts your child's education. That impact helps shape and direct the rest of your child's educational experience.
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B.S. in Psychology, Juris Doctor
Special Education and Conflict Resolution Experience
She currently serves on the Oregon Parent Training and Information Center (OrPTI) Board of Directors and the Dispute Resolution Committee, a sub-committee of the State Advisory Council for Special Education. Diane also serves on the Planning Committee for the Pacific Northwest Institute on Special Education and the Law, through the University of Washington, School Law Division.