Growing up in a military family, Diana changed homes and schools often. Having moved ten times in her life, she is keenly aware of the stress and challenges selling a home can bring to families. From start to finish, Diana’s friendliness, compassion, effective communication, and project management skills facilitate the home selling process for Beacon Home Team clients.
Diana moved to Catonsville with her husband, Josh, and three children, Alex, Isabelle, and Emma, in 2007. She always craved a community where she could stay long-term, allowing her children to grow up in one place, in a neighborhood with close childhood friends. A dream come true, she’s found that in Catonsville. Her family loves everything that it has to offer, including walkability in and around town, special events like the Fourth of July Parade, and the close-knit community she and her family have created with friends and neighbors.
When not assisting Beacon Home Team home clients, Diana enjoys crafting and sewing. A creative outlet during the Covid-19 pandemic, she’s proud to have sewn scrub caps for the entire maternity ward staff at Howard County General to help keep them safe while caring for newborns and their mothers. Diana also enjoys reading and spending time with her family and friends. She loves taking walks on the local Trolley Trails with them.
Committed to the community, Diana gives back by volunteering with various community groups serving the area. Over the years, she’s served on the boards of the Catonsville Cooperative Preschool and the Woodbridge Valley Pool. She’s also dedicated many hours volunteering at Woodbridge and Westchester Elementary schools, something she thoroughly enjoys. Diana also donates regularly to Planned Parenthood, the NAACP, and the ACLU.