Diana Jackson Biography
Diana earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Lee College in Cleveland, Tennessee, a Master’s of Education from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Tennessee.
Diana began her work at Life Bridges in 1981 when she and her husband, Royce, were hired as house parents in a group home for 8 individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Diana graduated from Lee College and worked as a counselor and continued part time work at Life Bridges. Over the next several years she served at Life Bridges as the Director of Homeward Bound, (a program for youth), then the Director of Day Services, later the Director of Case Management and then the Director of Client Services. Diana left Life Bridges to pursue her Masters in Social Work and during the next six years she worked as a social worker in a dialysis clinic, for a home health agency, and for a psychiatric inpatient facility.
In 1996 she returned to the agency as the Director of Client Services, transitioned to the Director of Operations, and then moved to her current position of Chief Executive Officer.
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