Diane first learned about Human Trafficking in 2009, right after returning to South Africa. She joined a local organisation working on the ground but soon realised that a much more strategic ‘bigger picture’ response was needed to achieve any kind of tangible change. She has been working in the counter-Human Trafficking field for the past decade and strongly believes that networking and collaboration are some of the most strategic responses to Human Trafficking. Diane is also an active member of the Gauteng Anti-Trafficking in Persons Task Team and the National Intersectoral Committee for Trafficking In Persons. She has a business degree in Human Resource Management, is a qualified TEFL Teacher, and is a wife and mother to two amazing little girls.