Diane currently oversees the department of Education & Collections which includes social history, mining historical/modern, environmental science and mineralogy.
Her department is responsible for permanent and temporary exhibits, interpretive tour and program planning/implementation and curatorial activities. She manages an Educator, Programmer
and Collections Assistant. Her biggest project to date has been an award winning $14.7 million dollar redevelopment project - from the former BC Museum of Mining to the Britannia Mine Museum.
This project included new exhibits and site features, movie and building restoration. Diane was the museum's lead in content development, ensuring diligence of care from concept planning to final proofing and sign off.