Diana Ferner

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Diana brings extensive experience leading across corporate, for-purpose, and startup environments, both domestically and overseas. She is currently Chief Operating Officer at Safewill, Australia’s leading online will-writing platform.

Previously, Diana was a senior executive at Mable where she helped develop and drive the delivery of a strategy that saw Mable named in the AFR Fast 100 and Deloitte Tech Fast 50 two years running. She has also driven significant million and billion-dollar growth and transformation agendas for leading non-profits and multinational companies in her roles as a partner and management consultant with Social Ventures Australia and the Boston Consulting Group.

Diana holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and a master’s degree from the University of Sydney, and serves as Vice Chair on the board of the Physical Disability Council of NSW.

She is passionate about building a stronger social sector so everyone can thrive.

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