Dianna Tafazoli is a human resources executive with an extensive background in public and private sector retirement.
Dianna was hired as a consultant by the National Academy for Public Administration (NAPA) to conduct major human capital studies for federal agencies including the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and the United Stated Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service. Dianna also provided human capital consultation to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Science Resouse Center (NSRC) on effective Performance Management. Dianna authored and designed an e-learning guide to transitioning Veterans from the military to federal service for the Department of Education.
Because of Dianna’s track record and broad knowledge of public sector retirement, she was selected to design a comprehensive retirement training program for the Federal Courts covering the entire United States. Dianna is the author of Reshaping Your Retirement Future – Planning Ahead for Tomorrow, the official training manual used by the Federal Courts.
Dianna is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Metrics and Measures task force. She is also a writer and public speaker. Dianna conducts seminars on a wide-range of topics, including human resources, diversity, retirement, conflict management and consensus building. Dianna also teaches Performance Management in the graduate school at Marymount University.