Diana Sieger is president of the Grand Rapids Community Foundation, a position she has held for nearly 25 years. Diana is on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Council on Foundations, is a past board chair for the Council on Michigan Foundations, and is on the Executive Committee for the Kent County Family & Children's Coordinating Council. She is also on the board of the Office of Foundation Liaison and the Governor's Office, as well as numerous national and state committees and projects. Diana has two honorary degrees: Doctor of Humane Letters from Aquinas College and Grand Valley State University. Other honors include: Pi Alpha Alpha Society's induction into the National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration, YWCA's Tribute Award in 1995, Leadership Grand Rapids Distinguished Community Trustee Award in 2001, Western Michigan University's School of Social Work Outstanding Alumni Award in 2002, one of the 50 Most Influential Women in West Michigan 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 & 2012 by Grand Rapids Business Journal, and Who's Who in America by Marquis Publishers. Sieger's career lasted for 38 years, demonstrating her passion for excellence in making a positive impact in every facet of community life. She earned a Masters of Social Work degree, focusing on Policy, Planning and Administration, from Western Michigan University.
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