Wangu Kanja Foundation - Consultation to DMT program for survivors of gender-based and sexual violence - Mukuru slum, Nairobi, Kenya.
Working within schools, school districts, and community settings Diane seeks to provide insightful education regarding the development of children, and the significance of the small steps in nurturing whole human beings. She has covered topics such as feeding, play, hand development, preschool development, the importance of hand-writing, sensory challenges in the classroom, integration of children with special needs with the other special children.
Teaching and sharing with dancers from all over the world at the ICDF conference, 2016, in Ghana.
Diane has been a guest lecturer at Trinity Western University, Columbia Bible College, University/College of the Fraser Valley, Carey Theological College. She has also been a sessional teacher, and guest lecturer at Columbia Bible College. .
Diane has led many work-shops in the past on dance, its place in worship, ministry, and therapy.
She has used drama, movement and dance as expressive tools with groups exploring faith, social topics, relationships, stress management and personal growth.