From 1992-2015, Dianne Fuller Doherty was the regional director of the MSBDC Western Regional Office. She is now a senior business advisor with the center. Previously, Dianne founded and served as president and CEO of Doherty-Tzoumas Marketing, a full service advertising and public relations firm based in Springfield. Prior to that she was executive director of Downtown Marketing, an organization whose mission was to promote downtown Springfield. Prior to her stint there, she was the director of New Business at a Hartford, Connecticut advertising agency.
Dianne has been active in civic affairs in the Greater Springfield area. She is a founder of the Women's Fund of Western Massachusetts, an endowment to support women and girls. Dianne serves on the boards of the Pioneer Valley Plan for Progress, Bay Path College, the Community Foundation of Western Mass and Tech Foundry. She is also a board member of Digital Divide Data, a U.S.-based social enterprise corporation that offers employment and educational opportunities to disadvantaged youth in Cambodia, Laos & Kenya, by addressing the technology divide.
Dianne is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and received her MBA from Western New England College. She is the mother of four daughters.