Diane Rubino is a communications instructor and professional seeking to make the world more healthy, humane, and peaceful.
She has many years of experience teaching as well as helping colleagues develop audience-centered communication. Diane’s worked with activists, NGOs, scientists, in the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. She’s taught at New York University and Columbia University in New York City before coming to AUBG. Her published work includes articles focusing on gender, media, and pedagogy.
She runs workshops on workplace advocacy, developing one’s personal voice and expressing personal values in difficult circumstances. Diane has an extensive background in public health, international development, and human rights.
In her own time, she’s logged countless hours serving as the voice for those in need, like mentally ill older adults and the terminally ill. Diane’s also passionate about developing leadership and public speaking skills and is close to achieving Toastmasters International highest designation, Distinguished Toastmaster. She’s been involved in political organizing most of her life. During the last presidential election cycle alone, she visited more than 500 homes to register voters and encourage civic participation.