Before she began her tech career, Diana was a writer, actor, bookseller and teacher of creative endeavors. As a software engineer and team leader, she has 18+ years experience delivering initiatives to clients including Stanford, The Gates Foundation, World Monuments Fund and Teach For All. She has served as principal systems architect for The Economist and The Wikimedia Foundation. She has taught many workshops about tech stuff.
Diana is founder of Mentrix, where she designs technology systems and teaches workshops on systems thinking. She is the author of the upcoming O'Reilly book “Learning Systems Thinking: Essential Non-linear Skills and Practices for Software Professionals.".
An Interview with Diana Montalion