Diana works as the Director of Bullying Prevention Initiatives for The Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The Center addresses public health issues facing youth and families in Western and Central Pennsylvania. She is a summa cum laude graduate from Franciscan School of Nursing, the University of Illinois, Indiana University, and the University of Pittsburgh. She currently holds a Doctorate of Nursing Practice and is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, honor society for nursing. She is a pediatric clinical nurse specialist and is the program coordinator for the BSN nursing program at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown.
She is a certified Olweus Bullying Prevention Program trainer since 2001 and is working with school districts around the state to implement HALT! a bullying prevention program through a partnership with the Highmark Foundation. Additionally, she serves on the state’s advisory committees for bullying prevention and safe schools. She is co-editor of “A Public Health Approach To Bullying Prevention”, 2014, and has published in peer-reviewed journals on bullying prevention and clinical and academic nursing processes.
Mia Malloy, RN
Mia is a RN working as a Community Health Nurse for the Pennsylvania Department of Health specializing as a Nurse Consultant in sexually transmitted diseases, HIV and AIDS. Her nursing career started in 1992 after attending WCCC. Mia worked in the oncology field for 15 years and was a certified chemo therapy nurse. She spent seven years as a traveling nurse, working at numerous hospitals around the United States specializing in Bone Marrow Transplants. After working in Miami on an HIV/AIDS unit, Mia returned to her home in PA, started working for the Commonwealth in 2010 and found her niche in 2014 in her current position.