Dean's Assistant/ADA Supervisor - College of Arts and Humanities
Contact: 262-595-2188 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: Communication Arts 262
Education : BA - Winona State University, Winona, MN (Mass Communication - Broadcast Emphasis, Computer Science Programming Minor).
Certificates: Creative Writers/Directors Certification, Norfolk, VA, RAMAC Leadership Training Certification - Racine, WI, Supervisory and Manager Certification - TCI Corporation, Denver, CO, Daktronics Certification - Brookings, SD, Virtus Certification - St. Lucy Parish, Catechetical Certification - Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Professional Bio: Diane has an extensive, professional career in communications and broadcasting. She is an award-winning writer, director and producer for both commercial advertising and television production programming, at the local, regional and national level. She has been recognized for her work by the Racine Ad Club, the WCCA (Wisconsin Cable Commission Association), RAMAC, Midwest Cable Association and the National Spectrum Association. For 15 years she was the Creative Services Director/Production Manager for Racine TeleCable, TCI of Racine and Time Warner Cable, where she oversaw the creative production process from idea to copywriting, to videotaping and editing. She has served as a Production Assistant for the CBS television show, 'Raising Miranda,' and the CNN live taping of the interview with President George H.W. Bush on 'Larry King Live.'
In 2002, she joined the University of Wisconsin-Parkside as an assistant in the Chancellor's Office and in 2011, she became the Deans' Assistant in the College of Arts and Humanities.
Currently, Diane is also employed by the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club as the in-game scoreboard statistician operator for Brewer home games. Diane has had a long-time interest in education in the Racine Community, serving as the inaugural Cable in the Classroom Coordinator and initiating school tours, career days and developing an internship program for college and high school students while working in the cable industry. She continues that interest in education today and is active in her parish, St. Lucy's in Racine, as both a elementary school tutor in Math and English and as a high school CCD catechist.