Who is Diana R. Rhoten?
Diana R. Rhoten was born on 18 November 1966 apparently in New York City, USA – she holds American nationality, and follows the Christian religion. Diana chose entrepreneurship as her career, while she is popular as the wife of John Heilemann.
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Early life and education
Even though she is the wife of a famous journalist and analyst, Diana chooses to stay away from the spotlight and therefore nothing is known about her parents, any siblings, or her early life.
After she matriculated from a local high school, Diana studied at Brown University, and four year later graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations and Affairs. She continued her education at Harvard University, and received her Master’s Degree in International Education, then went on to attend Stanford University where she got her Master of Arts Degree in Organizational Sociology, and afterwards finished her Ph. D. in International and Comparative Education.
Diana is a very versatile person and her career consists of doing numerous things for numerous organizations which have been entrepreneurial, governmental or philanthropic – her job is to make their social and economic influence stronger. Diana also works as an advisor as she is a member of the advisory board at Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations.
Diana’s career really began in 1999 after she was part of the lunch of Hybrid Vigor Institute in San Francisco. Around that time, Diana co-founded Startl which is a social project with the goal of helping startups related to education technology and online learning – she also founded New Youth City Learning Network, which was supposed to connect in-school lecturing with off-school learning. Diana then launched Knowledge Institutions Program at the Social Science Research Council, and worked for two years in the Office of Cyber Infrastructure as the Director of the Virtual Organizations and the Cyber-Learning Programs.
In 2011, she began working for the Amplify Education Incorporated organization as their Chief Strategy Officer – she was there to change the way in which teachers and students work together using new technologies. She stayed with them for three years before she quit in 2014.
She also became part of the IDEO design and innovation company in August 2014, and has been their associate partner ever since – she is currently holding the position of managing director of their office which is located in New York. Her job for IDEO allows her to help numerous other companies with the impact that they have on the world.
Diana also works for the Purpose PBC agency as their senior advisor of strategy consulting – she joined them in July 2014, just one month before she joined IDEO, and is still working with the agency. The goal of the Purpose PBC is to build movements and support others so that they could advance in their fights for an open, fair, and free world. She then worked as an assistant professor at Stanford University School of Education, and has also worked for the ex-governor of Massachusetts William Weld as his advisor and policy analyst.
Diana is a co-author of multiple manuscripts, including “Knowledge Matters: The Transformation of Public Research University” and “Digital Media and Technology in Afterschool Programs, Libraries, and Museums” while many famous magazines followed her work including “The New York Times, “The Chronicle of Higher Education”, and “Digital Media – New Learners of the 21st Century”. Diana is more focused on serious questions today, such as ‘What are the shifting roles of business, government, and philanthropy in society? How can brands create new offers and experiences that inspire broader social change?’
As just about everything else regarding her personal life, Diana is quite secretive about the love part – she is married to popular American Journalist John Heilemann as they exchanged their wedding vows in 2006. The couple had been dating years before that. Diana’s personality did not change after the wedding, even though all the newspapers and magazines wanted to know who she was as the marriage with John made her somewhat famous, but Diana didn’t pay any attention to that, and remained focused on her career. The couple doesn’t have any kids, but they have two dogs which have become part of their family.
John Arthur Heilemann was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 23 January 1966 and is best known for the work he has done as an analyst for NBC News. He used to write for “New York, Wired” and “The Economist”, while he’s also co-written books such as “Double Down” and “Game Change”, which are about presidential campaigns.
John is a well-educated person just as his wife – he got his Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Northwestern University, and then enrolled at Harvard University from which he got his Master’s Degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
John is popular for something else – he wrote “Pride Before the Fall Book” which follows the fight of the US against Microsoft Corporation after they filed a lawsuit against the company for holding a monopoly, and participating in anti-competitive practices which violates the first two sections of the Sherman Antitrust Act – Microsoft ended up losing the lawsuit.
John served as a host for “Download: the True Story of the Internet” documentary series which aired on the Discovery Channel, and also co-hosted “With All Due Respect” political analysis show, which aired on both Bloomberg TV and MSNBC. John, Mark Halperin, and Mark McKinnon produced and appeared in “The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth” documentary series, which follows the American presidential candidates behind the curtains during the elections in 2016. John produced new episodes of “The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth” in 2018, and has also appeared in the “Tony Kornheiser Show”.
John loves to listen to “Wu-Tang Clan” which is a popular hip hop music group – he is a lot more popular on his social media accounts than his wife Diana, as his Twitter account has almost 270,000 followers while his Instagram account is followed by nearly 27,000 people. He is currently working for Bloomberg Politics as their managing editor, while he is also a writer for the “New York Magazine”.
— John Heilemann (@jheil) April 8, 2019
Appearance and net worth
Diana is currently 52 years old, has long blonde hair, blue eyes, and wears glasses, but her height and weight are unknown.
According to authoritative sources, Diana’s current net worth is estimated to be over $1 million, while her husband’s net worth is said to be around $2 million.
Because Diana has excelled at her career and managed to do multiple things at the same time, she has earned many awards throughout the years, such as Stanford University’s G.J. Lieberman Fellowship Award, and Stigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer Award.
Social media presence
Even though Diana is a very busy person, she still finds time to post on social media – she launched her Twitter account in October 2008, and has gathered over 2,200 followers and tweeted around 1,600 times. Her Instagram account is followed by nearly 850 people, while she’s posted more than 1,000 pictures and videos.