Diana leads Partnerships and Community at Formlabs. She began her career implementing Lean Manufacturing in Aerospace and Automotive industries in the Americas and Europe. After pursuing her MBA she worked in Business Development and Marketing leadership roles at consumer tech companies in Berlin and New York. Diana's first 3D printing experience was in the pursuit of creating accessible customized jewelry in a company she co-founded with her twin sister. The gaps she experienced between human needs and inaccessible technology led her to her role at Formlabs where she works to create new ways to drive 3D printing adoption through user, industry and community collaborations.
A native of Detroit, MI, Diana holds degrees in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from ESADE Business School in Barcelona, Spain. She sits on the DE&I Council at Formlabs. In addition to 3D printing she has a passion for violin, jewelry design and working with the STEM community.