Diana Mao received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics/Accounting and Chinese at the University of California Santa Barbara and a Masters in Public Administration, specializing in International Management at Wagner, New York University. She has expertise in governmental consulting, domestic and international economic development, social entrepreneurship, micro-finance, and launching awareness raising campaigns. Diana is the co-founder and president of Nomi Network, an anti-human trafficking organization based in New York City. This passion for fighting human trafficking was fueled when she personally witnessed the horrors of sex trafficking while conducting research in Cambodia for a micro-finance bank. She is a blogger for the Huffington Post, Reuters and occasionally the United States Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Center. Diana is a Presidential Leadership Scholar and has shared her expertise in anti-human trafficking at the White House, United Nations, and Bush Center to name a few. She has visited over 30 countries and her goal is to visit every country in her lifetime.