Diana Miller, a CPA with over 18 years of experience in public accounting, has joined the Board of Trustees at Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss. Diana possesses significant not-for-profit and governmental auditing experience with associations, foundations, churches, healthcare entities, private schools, school districts, colleges and universities, municipalities and counties. In addition to performing financial audits, she has also performed numerous single audits and special consulting engagements.
As Partner-in-Charge of Wiss & Company’s Not-for-Profit Group, Diana has served a plethora of clients in not-for-profit, higher-education, government and commercial organizations, performing audits, reviews, compilations, tax and consulting services.
Diana is the chairperson of the Wiss Women’s Leadership Forum (WWLF) where she fosters leadership through professional activities, educational programs, networking and mentoring. Diana is also an internationally published co-author of the inspiring anthology book, RESULTS! Additionally, Diana has been named a Recipient of NJCPA's 2016 Women of Note; an honor given to those who display a unique combination of NJCPA participation, accounting profession involvement, and community service dedication.
When asked about her new role at Imagine, Diana said: “Growing up as a child I never went to funerals; in my culture it wasn’t customary to bring children. Then as an adult, the reality of death hit me like a brick. I met Imagine’s Executive Director Mary Robinson right around the time my mother passed away after suffering for years with cancer as well as other health issues. Mary inspired me with her story and I knew at that time I wanted to get more involved with Imagine. There are so many people that don’t have family and friends to turn to when they are coping with loss or have a family suffering with a terminal illness. Children especially – they are so resilient yet vulnerable. Life always seems too short, however we can live it right and make a positive impact on others so no person ever feels alone. I feel privileged to join the board of Imagine and will do my best to support the organization in all its endeavors. ”
Diana lives in New Providence with her husband Jon and two children, Jasmine and Jayden. When not in the office, Diana enjoys spending time with her family, golfing, participating in community and philanthropic events, and traveling.