Diana is an award-winning charity leader with over 30 years in UK and international disability and children’s charities. Currently Director of The Bell Foundation, a Cambridge based education charity, she has previously worked in different leadership, senior management, public policy, government relations and campaigning roles in the third sector. Diana was previously Head of Policy and Public Affairs for the NSPCC and prior to that Head of Save the Children’s office in Brussels. From 2006-2013, she was a Trustee of the Children’s Rights Alliance for England. Earlier in her early career Diana worked as researcher to European Parliament’s Disability Group of MEPs and prior to that as researcher to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Disability. She also has personal experience of disability as a sibling.