It’s a new segment that we’re doing where we highlight people that are really making a difference in their community and today we highlight Diane Paddison!
Diane Paddison, 4word Founder, and Executive Director is a Harvard MBA, former global executive of two Fortune 500 companies, CBRE and ProLogis, and one Fortune 1000 company, Trammell Crow Company, and serves as an independent director for two corporate and four not-for-profit boards.
Diane is a leading advocate for Christian women in the workplace. Diane published “Work, Love, Pray” in 2011, and “Be Refreshed” . . . a year of devotions for women in the workplace in 2017 laying the foundation for 4word.
She authors weekly posts at 4wordwomen.org and is a featured columnist for The Washington Times and the 4word Mentor Program has been highlighted in The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch.
However, one thing you may not know is that Diane is also the mother of Annie Tucker, who is someone that we’ve talked about on the show for years as we’ve kept you updated with her battle with this terribly rare disease that constantly leaves her in a state of debilitating pain.
If you’d like to send Annie a card with some encouragement as she continues her battle, you can mail the cards to this address:
4516 Lovers Lane, Ste. 205
Dallas, TX, 75225
Click below to listen to the conversation we had with Diane Paddison on the air this morning!
If you are interested in going to the event Rebecca and Diane mentioned on the air called “Divine Design”, you can click here!
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