Diana Rovetti

Senior Project Coordinator
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Diana Rovetti is an energetic mother of five, active in tennis, bicycling, volunteering and a leader in educating the community on disabilities issues. She is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno, in secondary education and a Certified Personal Outcomes Interviewer with the Council on Quality and Leadership in Supports for People with Disabilities. Rovetti is a senior project coordinator and the marketing director for the Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities (NCED). She has worked at the University since 2001.

Previously, Rovetti has served in many capacities for the NCED, including Personal Outcomes interviewer, AmeriCorps project supervisor, People First of Nevada statewide advisor, director of Nevada Partners in Policymaking, Sibshop director and Youth Healthcare Transition project coordinator.

Rovetti has been appointed by the Governor to serve on the Nevada Early Intervention Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC) and the State of Nevada Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board. The Mayor appointed her to serve on the City of Reno’s Access Advisory Committee.

Rovetti is one of the founding members of the Down Syndrome Network of Northern Nevada and a graduate of Nevada Partners in Policymaking. Rovetti says her most important and fulfilling work has been raising her four daughters and one son. She became passionate about working in the disability field after having her son, Jack, who is an amazing young man, and just happens to have Down syndrome.