Diana Davis Spencer
Diana Davis Spencer is President of the Diana Davis Spencer Foundation, which focuses primarily on education, public policy, global initiatives and National Security.
Diana serves on several boards including the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), where she is on the Executive Committee of the National Board. Diana is a board member Emerita at Wheaton College, board member of the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, New York, and board member of the Northeast Harbor Library. She serves on the Board of Visitors of the Federalist Society, and is a member of the Wilson Council, Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers, and Philanthropy Roundtable, as well as a graduate of Leadership Greater Washington.
Formerly a journalist and activist, Diana has written for both local and national newspapers and magazines, and was a member of the National League of American Pen Women, National Writers Union, and the National Press Club. She served as a member of the Wellesley Massachusetts Recycling Steering Committee, and on the state level, advocated at the State House for the Massachusetts Bottle Bill and Chapter 766 which promoted special education. Formerly, she was the Editor of the Foreign Policy Association Newsletter in Hartford, CT.
Diana has traveled extensively in Europe and Asia, and visited Russia five times, meeting with government and business leaders. She enjoys tennis, hiking, and meeting fellow writers.