Diana Donlon is the Director of the Center for Food Safety’s Cool Foods Campaign. which offers hope on climate by empowering the public to make the critical connection between everyday food choices and climate change. Before coming to work for CFS, Diana worked for a variety of family foundations supporting youth and sustainable agriculture programs. She is the Board Secretary of Watershed Media, which has produced such titles as Farming with the Wild and Food Fight: The Citizen’s Guide to a Food and Farm Bill. She has a Bachelor’s in History from UC Berkeley, a Master’s in Education from Harvard and served in the Peace Corps in Morocco. She lives in Marin County with her husband, two teenage sons , her super friendly cat and three chickens.