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Diana Welch

Diana Welch joined Green Doors in November 2011. As development associate, her goal is to help spread the word of this organization's mission while expanding community awareness of the issues surrounding homelessness. Through her careers as an author, journalist, and communication consultant, Diana's professional passion has always been telling stories, be them her own or someone else's. In 2009, she and her siblings co-authored a memoir called The Kids are All Right, which recounts from four first-person perspectives the experience of being orphaned and separated as children, only to be reunited as teenagers. The memoir won the 2009 Alex award from the American Library Association and was featured on Good Morning America, People Magazine, and elsewhere. Preceding publication of her book, she worked at the Austin Chronicle as community editor as well as a reporter specializing in issues such as community activism and subcultural movements.

All posts by Diana Welch

September 12, 2012: Artist Spotlight: The Work of Scott Clapper

August 03, 2012: Austin’s First Green Roof Bus Stop

August 03, 2012: Resident Success Story: Moving Forward with Lewis Stennis

June 11, 2012: Garza Gardens at Pecan Springs Commons

May 23, 2012: Artist Spotlight: The Work of Rodney Barry

January 18, 2012: Artist Spotlight: The Work of John Curran