Diana Léon Brown currently serves as the Director of Strategic Partnerships for the County Executive Office of Prince George’s County. In this role, Diana leads and manages all cross-sector partnerships on behalf of the County Executive, Angela Alsobrooks. These partnerships include relationships with national and regional nonprofits, and philanthropic and private organizations. The objective is to leverage resources to strategically strengthen the economic and nonprofit growth of the county. During her time in this role, Diana has increased the grants from 1.6 million to over 10 million dollars for the county’s nonprofits. Prior to her current position, Diana served in various cross-sector leadership roles, the most recent being the Community Partnerships Department for Broward County’s Office of Commissioners in Florida. She also served as the Executive Director for the Artem Leadership Institute where she developed high-level international programs and events with the United Nations, Organization of American States, and the Women’s Global Initiative. These programs helped to strengthen and provide access to minorities and rising youth leaders in various national and global sectors. Diana also had the honor of serving as the appointed political liaison for the Obama Administration’s Office of Public Engagement. This position was created in response to the Haitian Earthquake of 2010. Diana graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a dual major in social science and economics. Additionally, she earned her MBA with high honors from the George Washington School of Business with a concentration in International Business.