Diana joined Haworth Tompkins in 2019 to help develop and lead the practice’s sustainability and regenerative design strategy. She is a qualified architect, a Certified Passivhaus Consultant, and International Living Future Institute (ILFI) accredited person. In 2011 Diana received a Distinction for her MSc in Environmental Design at the Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources, UCL. Following this Diana worked with bere: architects on several low energy and Passive House certified buildings, and subsequently at Gluckman Smith on design-led low energy projects, including the Font House building which won a RIBA regional award, Conservation award, and won her a RIBA regional Project Architect Award 2018. Diana has given lectures at UCL, Leeds Beckett and Reading Universities, and presented at RIBA conferences. She has been invited to be part of judging panels for RIBA Awards 2019, Timisoara Architecture Biennial in Romania in 2020 and the AJ Retrofit Awards 2022.