Diana Hasegan is vice-president of Project within LSRS and has been with the organization from the very beginning of its existence. Diana is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Lafayette College (USA) where she studied two degrees: a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business. She also completed her studies with Honors in both her degrees by writing a Joint Thesis on the topic of "Impediments in the Absorption of European Union Structural Funding Given to the Romanian Transportation Sector." She has also been inducted into four National and International Academic Honors Societies (Tau Beta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Epsilon and Sigma Xi) and has received the Tau Beta Pi National Scholarship. She distinguished herself at Lafayette through working with professors on advanced research in Carbon Modelling and Alternative Energy Resources and through various academic and campus service programs such as Reeder Scholars, Resident Advisor, Writing Associate, Senior Class Fund Agent, Admission Ambassador, and Academic Tutor. Starting in August 2010 she will be joining a US national non-profit organization.
Areas of Expertise
green technologies (developing expertise), Project & Team Management, Advocacy & activism
An idea worth spreading
thinking with sustainability in mind
I'm passionate about
a better future for everyone.
Talk to me about
Anything that excites you. If you are excited about something and present it well, I might get interested in it too.
My TED story
Fell in love with it at first sight.