Speaker & Guest Lecturer
With her versatile range, Diana adapts to any audience. She has taught in college, such as Portland State University, discussing books. Diana has also led a seminar called The Gentle Art of Interviewing before other journalists, like Oregon Press Women. Along with media training, and her multi-media experience, she was Program Chair for the Willamette Writers Conference in 2010 and 2011. She created and selected nearly 100 workshops for the three-day conference, managing literary agents, film producers, writers, and conference attendees, which numbered about one thousand. She introduced social media to the conference.
Emcee, Moderator & Panelist
Diana has emceed events for cities, charities, and colleges, benefitting health causes, international causes, special needs, foster grandparents and ailing children. Diana has taught in college settings, such as Portland State University, discussing books. She has led her seminar, The Gentle Art of Interviewing, before other journalists, like Oregon Press Women. Additionally, Diana has moderated panels for writers attending Wordstock and the Willamette Writers Conference. Diana was Program Chair for the Willamette Writers Conference for two years, creating and selecting nearly 100 workshops for the three-day conference, managing literary agents, film producers, writers, and conference attendees. She introduced social media to the conference.
I’m so glad to have had the opportunity and pleasure to work with Diana Page Jordan. When we were planning our Leadership program legacy project, ‘Lake Oswego Lifesavers’ (a community CPR training fundraiser event) here in Lake Oswego, we turned to Diana Page Jordan and she graciously agreed to be our Master of Ceremonies. I can say with certainty that the event went off smoothly because of Ms. Jordan’s planning and coordinating, and willingness to take charge the day of the event. Ms. Jordan welcomed the crowd, introduced key players, and lifted the spirits of the entire event – she really kept us rolling along. In just three short hours, Ms. Jordan helped us raise $6000 that will now be used to teach CPR in the Lake Oswego community. I don’t think we could have raised the money without Ms. Jordan’s help. My thanks and admiration to Ms. Jordan for her high energy professional presentation. We can’t wait until next year to see how Ms. Jordan will engage the crowd at an even bigger fundraising event – Ms.
Jordan really made the day a success!
Leadership Lake Oswego Participant and Lake Oswego Police Chief
I really appreciated Diana’s research, attention to detail and willingness to be flexible on the day of our event. She set a relaxed tone and engaged our audience in the essence of what we were trying to communicate. Thank you Diana. It was fun working with you.
Founder, Africa Bridge