Diana brings expertise in educational and social policy, governance, and research methods. She is an economist and data analyst with extensive experience working in academic and government research roles. She has expertise in survey design methodologies and quantitative analysis, having worked as part of the Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey and the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children research teams. Her research has covered issues ranging from analysis of the benefits of preschool attendance for later developmental outcomes to wellbeing in retirement. Diana loves spending time with her family, especially going on bike rides with her children.