Diana Thompson McKeage graduated from Hunter College High School in 2008. She has proudly served as 2008 Class Coordinator, engaging her classmates to attend events and donate at their 5 and 10 year Reunions (2013 and 2018).
Diana brings to bear a range of mission-driven private sector and non profit experience. After graduating from Harvard with a humanities degree, she spent time volunteering at microfinance banks in Latin America on a fellowship and then joined a start-up building a novel systems-based approach to economic theory. Along with a few of her Hunter high school classmates, she has been a board member and core teammate of PASSNYC, an education non-profit promoting access to educational opportunities in NYC, later joining the board of one of its non profit partners, Khan Foundation. After graduating from Columbia with an MBA, she worked at Anheuser-Busch InBev in the Procurement and
Sustainability department. She is currently starting a Partnerships role for rePlant Capital, a financial services firm dedicated to reversing climate change. She lives in St Louis, Missouri and is excited to contribute her passion for Hunter College High School and unique perspective to our alumnae/i association.
Diana serves on the board’s Development, Programs, and Ad Hoc 3-Year Planning Committees.