Diane Cunningham, M.Ed. is the President and Founder of the National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs®, a global association for women to connect, create, and collaborate. NACWE offers training, conferences, networking, and business strategies. NACWE was launched in May 2010 and has been building andexpanding since that time with members throughout the United States and Canada. She created NACWE in May of 2010 as a global association for women to connect, create, and collaborate through monthly online training, conferences, networking, and business strategies. This community and sisterhood is the premier place to learn marketing and mindset in a faith foundation, and it has members throughout the United States, Canada, and beyond.
In 2014, she added the Christian Women’s Leadership Institute™ to train women to become Certified Group Facilitators and to raise up leaders around the world.
Diane is also a consultant, author, video guru, artist, plane crash survivor and former masters level therapist.
She has a Master’s Degree in Education (guidance and counseling) from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington and a bachelor’s degree from the same school in interpersonal communications. She is also a Certified Mastermind Executive Coach. She worked for many years in a hospital employee assistance program, as well as with domestic violence and addictions.
She is an avid volunteer and is active in her church, local community events, and non-profit organizations that fit with her life mission. She was named one of the “Top 20 Leaders under the Age of 40” in Wichita Falls, Texas in January 2011 and chosen as the Inspirational Woman of the Month for April in Inspirational Woman Magazine.
Diane is an Amazon Best Selling author of “The Inspired Business Toolkit”, along with “Dear Female Entrepreneur, My Friend”. She also co-authored “Inspired Women Succeed” along with Jo Ann Fore. Her next book about her personal journey to recovery comes out in June of 2014, “Rock Bottom is a Beautiful Place”.
She currently lives in Grapevine, Texas with her cat Zander. She is single, sassy, and sober. She has found the gift of serenity. She trusts God completely.
Diane’s mission is this: To inspire women to dream big, catch on fire, and change the world.
You can also find Diane at www.dianecunningham.com.