How to connect with yourself after trauma with Diana Brand
Hear incredible stories from women who have overcome extreme trauma in their lives, to live the life they deserve! In this episode hear from Diana Brand is a Consultant, Speaker, founder of a nonprofit and R.E. Investor focused on eco/sustainable practices, but has an extraordinary story of strength and courage agains all the odds. Take a look at my existing podcasts by clicking the link, and don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss all the new episodes at Please share with anyone who needs to hear these messages of hope and inspiration. Contact Diana Our website presently is being up-dated under new construction, but it is:  www.TransitionToGreen.Org The Announcements are posted on the fb page: as well as through Meetup: Some on Eventbrite   Here is an extract from Diana's Bio... My parents divorced when I was five years old, at the time I was Daddy’s girl. When I turned seven I became a well known neighborhood entrepreneur with my Lemonade Stands, Fresh baked cookies and Pastel Drawings I did in front of the public. At age eight I was asked to teach children in the neighborhood how to draw and paint. I began writing letters as an environmental activist around the ages of 8 and 9, and then began selling homemade products at our local Hallmark. By the time I reached twelve I’d saved so much money, my Grandmother took me to a local bank to open up a savings account. I became an extremely active out in my day kind of a gal and at the same time paid my own way to YMCA youth summer camp and trained to be a competitive runner every morning before school and during the summers where I always placed second or third during City and College Track Meets. At the age of 15 I was the youngest and only girl to climb to the summit of Mt Rainer, which got me continuing in Mountain Climbing and later Rock Climbing for sport. It was the exposure to being active in the outdoors and my brothers asthma that got me caring deeply about Nature Preservation. I graduated with a B.A. in Pre-Law thinking of Environmental Law, but instead did post graduate work as a trained Secondary Ed teacher. Pay sucked, so thought there was a better way I could serve as a teacher and that’s when I founded a nonprofit focused on public educational outreach about how one can switched to better lifestyle choices and learn about the eco/sustainable products and services in the marketplace. I’ve been working in real estate since 2004 with maintaining Eco/Sustainable practices, which I have discovered over the years is quite cost effective. As a Consultant I help other companies do the same and share my Story at to the nonprofit sector at Speaking events.
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