Diana Devaney Moon has a powerful and diverse range of experience in business, politics and the federal government.
A seasoned writer who is able to communicate complex messages in a comprehensive yet concise manner, Diana develops communications and public affairs strategies and materials, creates web content and social media messaging that influences print, broadcast, and digital media.
A former communications advisor and speechwriter at the White House and the Department of Commerce during the Bush Administration, Diana has supported top Administration officials, including the President, the Secretary of Commerce and top ranking economic officials, and designed strategy plans for events within the White House and the Departments, including the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act. In her current role, she serves as part of a kglobal team supporting the U.S. Navy Chief of Information at the Pentagon.
Prior to joining kglobal, Diana was an Account Manager at Susan Davis International. At SDI, she identified and developed mission-specific topics and themes for an ongoing content strategy at a Defense Department agency that focuses on military health care education and resources for service members, their families and health care professionals.
During her ten year career, Diana was also a communications and project management consultant at the Global Public Services (GPS) division within Grant Thornton LLP, which provides strategic management advisory to the government. As an Account Supervisor at Hill + Knowlton Strategies, Diana planned and implemented communications programs to include public affairs, earned and social media, and grassroots strategy.
Diana is a graduate of St. John’s University in New York City, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Government and Politics. She also holds a master’s degree in Political Management and Public Affairs from the Graduate School of Political Management at The George Washington University.
A never-ending smile
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Dirty Little Secret:
I love Bravo programming, and attempt to force my husband to watch with me.