After obtaining a degree in modern languages, Diana spent 11 years living and working in Germany and Switzerland before returning to the UK in September 1993 to study for an MBA at Warwick Business School. She was diagnosed with breast cancer on New Year’s Eve 1993 and against all the advice, continued studying full-time during her treatment, passing her degree with Distinction the following year. Right from the start of her journey with cancer, Diana felt the experience gave her an opportunity to reach out to others going through similar traumatic events, and somehow help them to regain control over their lives (and bodies). As a volunteer peer supporter, helpliner and campaigner with Breast Cancer Care, she has helped many hundreds (perhaps thousands) of women come to accept what they cannot control, and recognize the choices they do have in how they live through their trauma. Diana has spent the last 20 years delving into the hidden depths of the mind-body connection, the hard-wiring that determines how we respond and react to external events, and what can be possible when we start consciously choosing our own feelings and emotions. As a trainer, mentor and coach, Diana is committed to working with those who want to turn life’s traumas into successes, and leave the world a better place as a result. Diana lives with her two children near Cambridge, England where she runs Damsels in Success Cambridge, a movement for women who are seeking more success with ease in their lives.