Diane is returning for her eighth year as the Spanish teacher at Awakening Seed. She has a B.A. in Fine Arts and Spanish, a minor in Latin-American Studies and a Post-Baccalaureate certificate in Elementary Education, all from ASU. She has two children who are students at the Seed. When she isn’t at school, Diane enjoys working with fibers, reading Spanish literature, practicing yoga and spending time with her family.
“They did a good job in teaching us the golden rule, but not in a religious way, because everybody has a different religious background. That was important for me to learn. Some of my friends that I know would have been kinder people if they had come to the Seed. It is a community and everybody cares about each other. If you get hurt, physically or emotionally, people will try to ask you what is wrong and try to make you feel better.” — Kelsey