Dianne LaRoe is passionate about supporting children in their education and connecting them with resources to break the cycle of poverty. She’s been a member of the Church of the Incarnation for more than 30 years and has served as a program and volunteer coordinator for Drop-In Friday, Angel Tree, Granger Minister, and Day of Service.
Dianne began her career at the Associated Press in the sales division and was responsible for launching Texas AP Network News. She also worked in public relations for Interfirst Bank and St. Paul Medical Center.
Dianne is active in many other community programs, including Crossfire Ministries and the USA Film Festival. While living in Florida, she served on the board for Turtle Nest Village, a nonprofit dedicated to helping teens aging out of foster care become independent living adults.