Councillor Diana Huson is serving her first term on regional council.
Councillor Huson has been a life-long resident of Niagara and has successfully operated as a strategic marketing and communication consultant specializing in helping small to medium sized businesses and non-profit organizations. She is currently the director of advancement and communications for Momentum Choir, a charitable organization that promotes and nurtures the musical talents of adults with disabilities. She also works at Brock University providing executive support, and also financial, administrative and project management cross-functionally within the Registrar’s Office in addition to coordinating Brock’s graduation ceremonies.
Councillor Huson is a graduate of Brock University having a master’s degree in political science with a specialization on public policy. Her academic research focused on Niagara's economic development model and institutional change. She also has a published article in the Canadian Journal of Political Science on this topic. She additionally holds a master's of business administration degree with a marketing specialization. She has a passion for operations management, strategic planning and effective governance.
Councillor Huson is a long-time community advocate having participated in the following committees:
Councillor Huson is an avid hiker, having a membership with the Bruce Trail and an avid interest in preserving and protecting Niagara's environmental landscape. She is also passionate about entrepreneurship and supporting the growth and development of small to medium sized business in our community.
She is married to Todd, who owns and operates a Niagara-based window and door company locally for over 20 years. She has one daughter, Natasha, who is a local stylist. Her hobbies include graphic design, painting, and photography.