CEO and Founder
Diane Winston is a business strategist with over 30 years of corporate and consulting experience. She established her management consulting firm to provide communication strategies to organizations facing change, whether as a result of new processes, technology, or organizational restructures stemming from a merger or acquisition. Prior to establishing the firm, Diane spent 20 years in executive positions with Citibank before moving on to AXA Equitable as the Director of Communications for the Information Technology Group.
Since establishing the firm in 2005, Diane has worked with client leadership teams across a variety of industries. These clients include the University of Hartford, Connecticut Lottery Corporation, Unilever, Connecticut Department of Transportation, St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Pitney Bowes, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Fusco Corporation, just to name a few.
Her professional affiliations include memberships with the Association of Change Management Professionals, International Association of Business Communicators, Connecticut Women’s Council, The Greater Norwalk Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council, and the National Association of Female Executives.
Diane is also active in her community. She serves on the Board of the Connecticut Lottery Corporation; she shares her business insights and experiences with prospective and new business owners as a SCORE (Fairfield County, Connecticut Chapter) Workshop Speaker and Business Mentor; she is a member of the National Black MBA Association (Westchester/Greater Connecticut) and spent 9 years as a mentor in the organization’s Leaders of Tomorrow® Program for high school students; and she serves as a Greeter and Adult Sunday School Group Facilitator at her church, Harvest Time International Church, in Greenwich, Connecticut.
She has an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago and a BA in political science from New York University. Diane graduated from the Executive Education Program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and most recently, she became an alumna of the Goldman Sachs – Tory Burch Foundation 10,000 Small Business Program.