Diana Jagde

Diana Jagde skiing

Diana Jagde, Donor Engagement Coordinator

Diana is a marketing and development nonprofit professional with an educational background rooted in environmental sustainability. In addition to her work engaging and communicating with NRCM’s Katahdin Circle members, she provides support for the CEO, Leadership Giving Director, and other staff. She also helps plan and assists with volunteer fundraisers. Growing up in New York, she fell in love with Maine on a family vacation while biking around Acadia National Park. She moved with her partner to Maine after receiving her B.S. from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and has since earned her Master’s in Policy Planning and Management. She enjoys connecting people to a great cause and is honored to have been working within Maine’s nonprofit community since 2017. Diana, her partner, and her dogs live in Gardiner.

Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate! or Double Chocolate.

Dog or cat person? Dogs — though I really love all animals

Favorite quote: “Embrace uncertainty.” — Bob Goff

Favorite thing to do outdoors in Maine: Exploring Maine with my dogs and partner (especially via kayak)

Why I Do This Work

"I love Maine and am grateful to live somewhere I can experience mountains, forests, lakes, rivers, and coastal waters. As an outdoor enthusiast who is in constant awe of Maine’s wild beauty, I am honored to be part of an organization dedicated to protecting, restoring, and conserving Maine’s environment."