Diane Willis is a six-time regional Emmy award-winning anchor and reporter with 20 years experience in television news in Indianapolis, Boston and St. Louis. Equally at home in the board room, classroom and newsroom, Diane has an extensive educational background. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate from Augustana College, she earned an M.A.T. in English and education (University of Chicago), and a M.A. in journalism (University of Missouri). She has produced documentaries, written for magazines, taught high school and university journalism and public relations, and co-authored a college journalism textbook. Her broadcast reporting, anchoring, and magazine writing earned her national, regional and local awards, covering education, social issues, and the famine and civil war in Ethiopia. She co-produced an award-winning 2013 PBS documentary, "Power to the People," featuring Indiana electric co-operative linemen bringing power to remote mountain villages in Guatemala. A PBS documentary on Morocco, "The Hope Givers", which she co-produced and wrote, won an Emmy Award and was distributed to more than 150 US cities. With her husband Clyde Lee, Diane co-founded Lee/Willis Communications in 2001, specializing in media relations, crisis communications and media training. Diane continues to serve on several community boards, including Project Indiana, and to work with not-for-profits across Central Indiana.