Diana Falchuk is a mother, artist, trainer, strategist and institutional policymaker who works in diverse contexts – from government, social services and arts organizations to educational institutions, grass roots community groups and faith-based organizations – to cultivate racial justice and belonging. In her role as Manager of Arts & Racial Equity with the City of Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative, she designs policies, strategies, partnerships and trainings to build racial equity with community and across government. A former Seattle Arts Commissioner, Diana co-chairs the Government Alliance on Race and Equity Arts & Culture Work Group. She holds a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Washington where she was certified in and taught Intergroup Dialogue and where she teaches in the Museology Graduate Program. Since 2004, she has developed arts-based alternatives to incarceration, including Creative Justice in King County, WA, winner of an Americans for the Arts Public Art Network award. At home in Seattle, she organizes with various multiracial, white and Jewish community groups. Among her recent works, she co-curated and performed in Toward Love in Public, a ritual performance-installation for white people newly seeking anti-racist community following the 2016 elections.