Today’s Honoree is Diane Adams

Diane Adams is the Executive Vice President of Culture and Talent at Allscripts.

Diane is accountable for shaping the human resources vision, culture, talent and executive development strategies that will enable Allscripts to meet rapidly-changing business and market requirements. The Culture and Talent team is focused on building a high-performance environment where people, learning and fun are the priorities.

Before she joined Allscripts, Diane was the Vice President of Human Resources for Cisco. She led Human Resources for 35,000 employees in 152 countries, promoting a culture of inclusion, trust and mutual respect.

Diane cares deeply about giving back and making a difference. She currently serves on the International Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Board and previously served on the JDRF Board of Directors for the Triangle/Eastern North Carolina chapter for seven years. In July, 2008, Diane was honored to receive an “Award of Excellence” from JDRF for her leadership with the Major Donor program and in 2009 the “Ruthie Award,” the Chapter’s highest volunteer leadership award. In 2011 she was presented with JDRF’s “Living and Giving” award for her leadership and boundless advocacy in the search for a cure.

Active in the Research Triangle community, Diane holds a board seat with North Carolina’s “Communities in Schools,” the nation’s leading community-based organization helping kids succeed in school and prepare for life. She is also on the Board and the Communications Committee for the Raleigh, North Carolina Chamber of Commerce.

Diane is an avid Tar Heel and holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

For more information on Diane Adams please Allscripts™

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