Diana Shaw is retired after 38 years of professional experience in human resources and financial planning. Children have always been Diana’s passion and she has done a lot of nonprofit work dealing with children over the past 40 years. She worked as a volunteer with CASA for many years and also a volunteer for the Independent Life Skills program helping children that are aging out of foster care. She worked with the Washington Foster Care to College program at the state and local levels for several years and developed training for social workers and CASA volunteers on how to help youth with the processes of getting into college. Her other nonprofit experience includes board service for the YWCA, Chamber of Commerce, National and State Association of Life Underwriters, numerous Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) boards and several roles within the Girl Scout organization. She has served on many of these boards in the capacity of President, Secretary and/or Treasurer. She graduated from Kansas State University with dual degrees in corrections and psychology technology.