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Diana Martin

Chief External Relations Officer

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Diana Sciocchetti Martin serves as Chief Marketing & Partnership Officer (CMPO) at the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation. As CMPO, she leads the Alliance’s strategic brand and partner development work — helping the Board of Directors, Chief Executive Officer and senior management team to deliver multi-year communication, revenue and program plans that align with the organization’s growth agenda. Diana joined the Alliance in September 2013 as Vice President for Marketing & Communications. She leads a talented team of fundraising and communication professionals who focus on building the Alliance’s brand equity and financial resources through strategic relationships and multimedia platforms.

Diana has over twenty-five years of experience in communications and philanthropic development. Prior to the Alliance, she served as Regional Vice President of the American Cancer Society, where she was the executive in charge of all income & programmatic activities in Upstate New York. For 8 years prior, Diana was Senior Vice President for The Advertising Council in New York City, where she developed new business for the nation’s largest provider of social marketing campaigns. Additional positions include serving as Vice President of Marketing & Communications for WMHT public broadcasting station, as well as Albany Medical Center; Executive Director of the Lyn and Norman Lear Foundation in Los Angeles; and Deputy to the Chief of Staff for the U.S. General Services Administration in Washington, DC.

A graduate of Union College, Diana resides in Niskayuna, N.Y., with her husband Richard (a Leicester City native), twin daughters Stella and Chloe and their family dog, Duchess. She’s the youngest of seven children — the product of proud Italian-American immigrants, Josephine and August Sciocchetti.