results-focused public relations counsel to a broad range of clients.
Diana Greenberg provides strategic media relations counsel as she brings more than 20 years of experience in B2B, B2C, nonprofit and television publicity. Diana offers expertise in media relations, event planning, strategic planning, content marketing, social media, brand development, sponsorship, community development, fundraising, community engagement, media training, messaging, and more.
Companies and organizations she has worked with include Ursuline College, Cleveland Sight Center, Esperanza, Inc., Hispanic Alliance/HALDI (Hispanic Alliance Leadership Development Alliance), Music Box Supper Club, Walden, Friends of Cleveland School of the Arts, Cleveland Magazine, LaunchHouse, EcoWatch, The Shoreby Club, Valerie Mayen (owner, designer and seamstress of Yellowcake and contestant on Project Runway, Season 8), Scenarios USA, Spa West, AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland, FleishmanHillard , Saks Fifth Avenue, Landau Public Relations, FSN Ohio, Comedy Central and ColumbiaTriStar Television, Inc. Diana has handled accounts including Big Lots, Iams, Parker Brothers, and California Pizza Kitchen as well as dozens of television shows such as “South Park,” “The Martin Short Show,” “The 70th Annual Academy Awards,” “The 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards” and “ZooLife with Jack Hanna.”
In 1990 Diana earned a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications from Indiana University. She also received certification in entertainment public relations from UCLA Extension in 1998. Additionally, Diana is an active member of WISE: Women in Sports and Events, Cleveland, the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
A film fanatic and music maven, Diana traveled to Kenya on a medical mission with her father, sister, and more than 40 medical students and volunteers via SHARE (Student Health Assistance Rural Experience) Kenya-Ohio (www.bonyoskenyamission.org), which has provided free healthcare to rural Western Kenyans since 1995. Her life was transformed by the experience. Diana encourages friends to take a volunteer vacation as she learned firsthand that one person can make a difference.