Diana LéGere is a Christian and writer whose passion is to share her faith and life experiences through her words and help other women do the same.
She founded a writing critique group, Women of Words RVA, to provide a community for women to share their writing and gain support from other writers. She also leads an online coaching program for aspiring Christian authors, Faith Writer's Bridge.
Diana has written professionally for two decades as a journalist, columnist, and copywriter. She is the author of four books, including the cookbook Feeding Families Authentic Southern: History, Traditions & Stories, the memoir journal Ripples: A Memoir of Reflection, and the two upcoming books He Spoke: A Memoir of Grace and Celebrations of Praise: 365 Ways to Fill Each Day with Meaningful Moments.
Her work has also been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers and as a contributor to a dozen books, including Going Back to Work: A Survival Guide for Comeback Moms. When she's not writing or leading other writers, she helps entrepreneurs and job seekers create marketing materials and promotional copy.
Early in her career, she worked as a career coach writing resumes and bios for executive clients. Her resume work has been recognized nationally and is featured in 12 career guides including, “Expert Resumes for Managers and Executives”, “Best Resumes for $100,000+ Jobs”, “Best Resumes and CVs for International Jobs”, and “Resumes that Knock Em Dead”.
A New York native, Diana now lives in Richmond, VA. A mother of three and a grandmother of two, she’s as happy on the road (five cross-country road trips and counting) as she is with a green tea on the couch binge-watching an entire season of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. In addition to her writing, she loves painting, music, photography and her little chihuahua, Pablo.