Diana Donlon is a soil and climate advocate. She was recently the director of Soil Solutions at Center for Food Safety, a program she founded in 2013. Diana has also worked for a variety of family foundations supporting youth and agriculture programs. As a program executive at the Goldman Environmental Prize, she helped to elevate the causes of environmental activist around the world. She is a founder of Roots of Change and the Board Secretary of Watershed Media, award-winning publishers of action-oriented titles. Diana has a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of California, Berkeley; a Master’s in Education from Harvard University and served two years in Peace Corps, Morocco. She lives with her husband in Marin County, California. Now that their sons are off at college, they are creating a diversified fruit orchard and rebuilding the soil carbon in their garden.