Diana Andrews has extensive brand experience specializing in advertising and media. Throughout her career, Diana has worked with numerous blue-chip brands. On the client side, Diana has overseen iconic Mattel brands including Barbie, Hot Wheels, and Fisher Price. Before that, Diana worked on the agency side supporting Safeway, DIRECTV, Hyundai, Saturn, Sports Authority, Cici’s Pizza, and United Healthcare, to name a few. With her knowledge in a myriad of industries, Diana’s built a solid reputation and is well-versed in media buying, negotiations, and client relation protocol.
After taking time off in 2011 to have a beautiful little girl, Diana decided it was time to move in a new direction. With the world evolving further into the digital space, she realized her desire to expand outside her traditional media experience and into the digital space. Diana brings her vast experience and knowledge to Community 102 as they bring companies and their brands into the 21st century where social media marketing and customer relationships are a key component in today’s global marketplace.
On the client and agency side, Diana has worked on Mattel brands as well as DirecTV and Safeway.
Diana graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2003 where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in History. While at UCSB, she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority, holding various positions including Administrative VP. Diana is a passionate soccer fan who loves cheering on the LA Galaxy and is also a member of the Hermosa Beach Moms Club Int’l.
Meet The Community 102 Team
Dave Andrews founded Community 102 to serve a blossoming need in the developing field of social networking and communities. As president, Andrews is spearheading the company’s mission to aid clients in their quest to reach a global audience across any platform…
Katy Wethington’s considerable experience in community management began in February 1999, when she became a guide moderator with the America Online Community Leaders Volunteer Program. She continued her leadership role with the program until it ended in June 2005…