Diana Philip has been working in public interest law and nonprofit organizations for over 30 years in issues involving gender-based violence, reproductive justice, civil liberties, and youth advocacy. During her career, Diana has served as North Texas Regional Director for the American Civil Liberties Union, founding Executive Director of Jane’s DUE PROCESS, Director of Legal Advocacy for the Texas Advocacy Project, and simultaneously as Director of the National Coalition of Abortion Providers and the Abortion Conversation Project, while launching the Abortion Care Network in Washington, D.C. Diana is a seasoned crisis intervention specialist and advocate having worked many years in domestic violence shelters, rape crisis centers, youth crisis hotlines, and reproductive healthcare clinics. She holds a B.A. in criminal justice and sociology from Indiana University and an M.S. in women’s and gender studies from Towson University. Diana originally joined the staff of NPCM in December, 2014 as Development Director, and was named Executive Director in July, 2015.