Dianne Dunkelman is founder and president of Speaking of Women's Health, and president and CEO of the National Speaking of Women's Health Foundation, both organizations dedicated to providing women across the United States with cutting-edge medical information, within group discussions and large presentations, "in a warm, enlightening, and entertaining format." As a passionate and committed leader of the women's health movement, Dianne will make certain that every woman who needs Breastcancer.org will find Breastcancer.org.
Dianne has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for the arts and for health and social service organizations in her adopted hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. Over the past 25 years she has become an expert -- and artist -- at organizing charity fundraising events, and her efforts have been recognized throughout the country. In 2004, she was honored with the National Conference for Community and Justice Citation Award. She received the YWCA Career of Achievement Award in 2001 and the Athena Award from the Partnership for Women's Health at Columbia University in 2000. In 1999, Dianne was recognized as one of Cincinnati's Leading Women for her advocacy in women's health, and in 1996 she received the Charles W. Vaughan Award for her work with public television. She was named Cincinnati Enquirer Woman of the Year in 1989, honored with a Post Corbett Award in 1991, and selected by the National Society of Fund Raising Executives for the National Philanthropy Award in 1992. Watch Dianne reach out to women affected by breast cancer in ways we haven't yet dreamed of.