Monique Stoner interviews Diane Cunningham – plane crash survivor who used her 2 chance at life to found the fastest growing women’s organization in the nation.
Diane Cunningham, M.Ed. is the President and Founder of the National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs®, a global association for women to connect, create, and collaborate. NACWE offers training, conferences, networking, and business strategies. NACWE was launched in May 2010 and has been building and expanding since that time with members throughout the United States and Canada.
She is a “business therapist”, plane crash survivor, author, consultant, speaker, marathon runner, and fun friend. Her training and background is in the mental health field. She worked for many years in a hospital Employee Assistance Program. Prior to that she spent time working with domestic violence and addictions. She has a Masters Degree in Education (Guidance and Counseling) from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington and a Bachelors Degree from the same school in Interpersonal Communications. She is also a Certified Mastermind Executive Coach.
Diane loves to teach women, men and companies how to Act Fast Now with marketing online and offline through the power of social media and authentic connections. She is often called “the head cheerleader” of NACWE and she proudly wears that title.
Diane is the author of “Dear Female Entrepreneur, My Friend” and the co-author of “Inspired Women Succeed” along with Jo Ann Fore. She is in the writing process of her next book that will be coming out in late 2012..
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