Senior Vice President
Diane brings a robust career in marketing and an anticipatory understanding of digital to her tenure at Berglass + Associates. Diane works across every function and title from the C-Suite and executive board level through to vice president. Her passion for innovation and technology impacts the searches she does across management, marketing, merchandising, creative, digital and IT. Diane is known for using the latest tools and techniques to drive the digital practice toward becoming one of the fastest growing segments of our business. Her work at building partnerships with placements as well as former candidates, many of whom have become clients, points to her industry knowledge, commitment and depth of involvement. Her understanding of emerging technology as it relates to connected commerce in many business categories has brought on clients ranging from Target, Neiman Marcus and Under Amour to virtual reality company Magic Leap, Stitch Fix, Birchbox and Rent The Runway.
Diane is a former marketing leader and came to Berglass + Associates after time at The Walt Disney Company, American Express, The New York Times, Condé Nast, and Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa.
“We help our clients invent, transform and scale the future of their companies, and their industries, by placing the leaders who see and understand tomorrow’s landscape and climate. Our brand of executive search optimizes both the art and science of building teams. Our success is based on five pillars that include: a consultative approach, an expansive network, creative thinking, aptitude for business insight and our thorough understanding of the consumer. The bottom line is that we listen carefully to our clients’ needs be they a public company, a portfolio company within a private equity firm or a start-up, and find the talent needed to scale their business. From the VP level to the C-Suite and Board Room, Berglass + Associates separates itself by being responsive, creative and ultimately persuasive in driving the right talent to our clients.”