Dianne Coppola is a versatile facilitator, trainer and consultant with a track record of working effectively with stakeholder groups and organizational teams to build capacity and achieve sustainable results. She has over 20 years’ experience working in health promotion, chronic disease prevention and healthy public policy, gained through a variety of progressive positions within public health, healthcare and social service agencies.
Dianne has helped municipal, regional and provincial level community partnerships and multi-stakeholder groups to plan and deliver health promotion interventions and build local capacity for behaviour change. She has designed and delivered a wide range of customized learning experiences and programs for diverse populations in both academic and organizational environments. Dianne has also consulted on organizational policy development and board governance for several non-profit organizations.
Dianne’s friendly and engaging facilitation style has helped numerous groups and organizations successfully shift from ideas to action! Her client list includes: City of Hamilton Public Health Services, Community Support Services of Niagara, Durham Region Public Health, HKPR District Health Unit, Regional Municipality of Niagara, Sudbury District Health Unit, Thunder Bay & District Health Unit and Toronto Area Safety Coalition.
Dianne has extensive training in management, leadership development and facilitation along with a Master Degree in Therapeutic Recreation from the University of Waterloo.