A graduate of Seneca High School in Louisville, Diane earned a loyal following as a weather reporter for WLKY-TV. However, she relocated to Washington, D.C. in 1970 and eventually worked in various capacities within the White House as a part of President Richard Nixon’s administration. In 1978 Diane joined the staff of CBS News – serving as both a general assignment reporter and ultimately a political correspondent. She later became the first female correspondent of the network’s award-winning television newsmagazine, 60 Minutes. Diane moved to ABC in 1989 and worked as a co-anchor on Primetime, before helping co-anchor Good Morning America in 1999. She reported the day’s top stories from behind the desk of ABC World News between 2009 and 2014. For more information about Diane, click here.
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