Diane Ferraro

Diane Ferraro, an only child and Metal Pig, has fancied herself a writer since she can remember. Probably because her imaginary friend told her she was pretty good at it. In
yoga, we call those friends our “higher self.” Vacillating between yang and yin, she gets giddy and goes digging in the dirt in equal measure. As a New York-based, worldly-wise executive with fifteen years of experience in fundraising, event planning, publicity, and organizational management, and an entrepreneur leading her own socially responsible communications and growth strategies consulting company, Urban Siren (www.urbansiren.com), Diane is dedicated to advancing the melioration of individuals, communities, and the environment. Looking back on her bio, Diane is a little creeped out that she’s been referring to herself in the third person but she’s really excited to be a part of the Elephant Journal crew as a contributing trouble maker
writer. Feel free to heckle reach her at [email protected] and Twit with her @urbansiren

Latest from Diane Ferraro

April 2, 2013

Moving from Addiction to Recovery: Transformation Through Yoga.

November 7, 2012

5 Things To Do On November 7th, Every 4 Years.

September 11, 2011

You Can’t Touch This: An Interview with Trauma Healing Rebel Sue Jones.

August 28, 2011

Don’t You Want Me, Baby: An Interview with David Life & Sharon Gannon.

August 21, 2011

You Ain’t Heavy, You’re Our Social Media Brother.

June 19, 2011

Yoga Meets the Monster Factory: Prison Yoga Project builds community

June 16, 2011

How Hanuman Helped Me To Never Not Hope

June 13, 2011

Nookie with a Wookiee: Crushing on Chewbacca, One Badass Bhakta

May 9, 2011

To Om or Not To Om: Children’s Yoga in Public Schools – An Interview with Jennife…