Daianna is a social entrepreneur, writer & teacher who has spent more than 20 years working to build a fairer, cleaner, more sustainable world. That work has taken her from Ford's engine factory in Dagenham to Prince Charles's office in St. James's Palace. She's been named one of the Top 10 Creative Leaders Working to Change the World, and has served on the jury of the prestigious D&AD Impact Award. As co-founder of Today Do This, she makes it everybody's business to change the world for the better.
She has written for The Economist, Quartz & Courier, and been written about in The Guardian, Huffington Post & Positive News. She teaches brand positioning at the School for Social Entrepreneurs, D&AD Impact Accelerator & Year Here, and speaks about employee activism and the social impact of business at conferences, universities & podcasts. Inspired by a Coretta Scott King quote, she's now writing a children's picture book about the power that small, compassionate actions have to change the world.