"She was a partner at Schroder Ventures (now Permira) for 12 years, founder CEO of e-Ventures and founder Managing Director of Reed Elsevier Ventures. She joined CDC after 5 years with the Clinton Foundation's Health Access Initiative, where she took a number of roles, including EVP Operations, responsible for 43 countries and 5 global teams and oversaw the scale-up of a global program to give children equal access to HIV/AIDS care and treatment to that available to adults. Diana has a first class Law degree and completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School." 
- CEO, CDC Group
Resources and articles
- CDC CEO, organizational web page, accessed December 21, 2014.