Diana Wright leads Lantana’s Publications team. She develops and edits a wide range of technical and narrative documents for client projects as well as for internal use. She works with engineers, analysts, subject matter experts, and project managers to create reports, project documentation, and implementation guides for HL7 balloting. Diana developed the Lantana Writing Guide and manages Lantana’s publication styles and content accessibility systems, including Section 508 compliance. She has spearheaded the greenLantana initiative to reduce Lantana’s environmental impact.
Diana has over twenty-five years of experience in publications, organizational management, and research, including analysis of sustainability issues. She edited Thinking in Systems, by Donella Meadows (2008).
She holds a BA in Biology from Dartmouth College and an MS in Natural Resources from the University of Michigan.
Q & A
What was your first job?
Building log cabins in northern New Hampshire.
I’d like to travel to:
I am passionate about:
A healthy planet
When you were 8 years old, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A veterinarian or a farmer.