Diane Wolk-Rogers is a member of the CMBM Faculty. She leads Mind-Body Skills Groups for parents, teachers, and students impacted by the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas (MSD) High School in Parkland, Florida, where she served as faculty. Diane co-founded the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Mind-Body Ambassador Club, which supports students interested in learning and sharing mind-body skills with their peers and community. Beyond her work in Broward County, she is deeply involved in national and global training programs, and the social justice fellowship program. She is certified in Mind-Body Medicine and experienced in advanced CMBM coursework.
Diane is a National Board-Certified Teacher and has taught at the elementary, middle, and high school level for over 30 years in Broward County. She is a coach for the National Math and Science Initiative, and provides learning support to students and educators across the country. She develops culturally-responsible materials and integrates social-emotional learning into lesson plans, inspiring high school students from marginalized communities to reach their highest potential in advanced placement coursework. She also incorporates mind-body medicine skills into the teacher training and student workshops she develops and leads.
Diane earned her BS in Special Education from Miami University, Ohio and her MEd in Educational Leadership from Florida International University. She finds great joy in helping others learn the powerful strategies that helped transform her grief and trauma into wholeness and healing.