Former Dewey Beach mayor joins SOLA3 board

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Diane Hanson, currently a Dewey Beach commissioner, was elected Jan. 8, to serve on the Save Our Lakes Alliance3 (SOLA3) Board as secretary, for a three-year term. Hanson, a full-time resident of Dewey Beach, was first elected as its mayor in 2007, serving until fall of 2016. Hanson earned her undergraduate degree at Cornell University and a master’s degree at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a seasoned professional with expertise in organizational development, training, and instructional design. She has had great successes improving employee performance as an independent consultant and as manager at a major pharmaceutical company. She is a well-known, published author of books and articles in the fields of performance improvement and organizational development.

Hanson has served on a variety of boards, including the Center for Inland Bays, the American Society for Training and Development, Penn State Technology Development Center, and was president and co-founder of the Women’s Referral Network of Chester County, Pa. Sallie Forman, founder and president of SOLA3, said, "We are so grateful to have someone with Diane’s expertise in local and state issues join our board. Since Silver Lake and Lake Comegys adjoin Dewey Beach, Diane already understands the issues we are dealing with regarding the lakes. We will look to her exceptional organizational skills to help SOLA3 become more efficient and effective in fulfilling its mission."

 
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