Author: Diane Castelbuono
Diane Castelbuono is Vice President of Community Impact at United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. Diane oversees strategy, innovation and program design for United Way’s impact work in education, income and health across the region. Led by Diane, the Community Impact Department works with nonprofit partners in the region to ensure children have access to high-quality education from cradle to career, adults and families achieve financial stability, and everyone is safe and healthy in their homes and communities.
Prior to her position with United Way, Diane was the Associate Superintendent for Strategic Programs for the School District of Philadelphia, where she led the district's school turnaround and charter school work. Previously, Diane served for five years as the Deputy Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, where she was responsible for the oversight and support of all K-12 public and private schools in the Commonwealth, serving over 1.8 million students. Diane has worked for the Philadelphia public school system in several cabinet-level positions, including chief of staff for the School Reform Commission and director of policy and planning.
Diane earned her undergraduate degree from Haverford College, and holds a Master of Business Administration from Eastern University. She resides in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, where her three children attend public school.
Wed, June 18, 2014
Congratulations to the newest class of Young Leaders! Last week, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey was proud to recognize 50 graduates of the 2014 Young Leaders Program (YLP).More»