Diane Meyer Simon
Diane Irene Meyer graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Butler University, in 1968, on a four-year scholarship. During the spring 1968, her senior year, ironically Diane cut an evening Shakespeare class in order to attend a Robert F. Kennedy rally at an inner city park in Indianapolis. The large crowd waited for hours in the unadorned park to finally see and hear Robert F. Kennedy make the chilling announcement that Dr. Martin Luther King had been assassinated.
As President of Global Green USA, Diane brought to fruition a political career as staffer, organizer, administrator, fundraiser and strategist. Over the years spanning 1993 to the present Diane has remained the driving force in representing an agenda and a vision for Global Green USA and Green Cross International.
Today, Diane Irene Meyer Simon primarily lives in Montecito, California and occasionally in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she maintains her second home. Her marriage ended in 2000. She shares her homes with her three children, Sarah Elisabeth, Rachel Mariam, and Asher Benjamin Meyer Simon. Her children serve as her every inspiration and primary motivation to actualize an enlightened human race. A human race with an understanding of the inter-relationship of humans with our living Earth… This understanding must be achieved before we are the next extinct species. Diane believes we must learn to lighten the human load, especially the US load, on the Earth's resources. This final achievement being her deepest hope for her children and all children.