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DiAnne Graham, National Finance Director, The Pat McCrory Committee

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DiAnne Graham Owen

National Finance Director

The Pat McCrory Committee

Direct Phone: (202) ***-****       

Email: d***@***.com

The Pat McCrory Committee

1235 E East Boulevard Suite 179

Charlotte, North Carolina 28203

United States

Company Description

Official campaign site for Governor Pat McCrory of North Carolina. more

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Background Information

Employment History

Diplomatic Courier

President
Graham Advisors LLC

Executive Roundtable Membership Director
Republican Governors Association

Director of International Initiatives
U.S. Department of State

National Board
Alumni Associations

Chairman
Mississippi Society

Chief of Staff
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

Senior Outreach Protocol Officer
the State Department

Affiliations

Editorial Advisor
Diplomatic Courier

Member
The Japan-America Society of Mississippi

Senior Advisor To the Ambassador
2005 World Exposition

Board Member
The University of Mississippi Alumni Association

Biography

DiAnne Owen Graham is President of Graham Advisors, LLC, a full-service consulting firm specializing in advising and fundraising for political and issue advocacy organizations. The firm’s clients have included the Republican Governors Association (RGA), Freedom PAC, Americans for Real Change, Reform New Mexico Now, Susana Martinez for Governor, New Mexico Competes, Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and the Diplomatic Courier. Prior to founding the company, Mrs. Graham directed, from its inception in 2009, the RGA’s Executive Roundtable program, a major donor program of CEO/executive-level contributors. During her three-year tenure, the program raised over $50 million which led to record-breaking fundraising for the organization totaling over $170 million, and the number of Republican governors increased from 22 to 30. Mrs. Graham served as a political appointee for three years in President George W. Bush’s administration in Washington, DC. She held top secret clearance throughout her various roles with the U.S. Department of State. As Senior Outreach Protocol Officer, she advised Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker, the Chief of Protocol, on strategic planning, policy sensitive issues and key protocol practices. She led the first series of the “Experience America” trips for the Diplomatic Corps and executed official functions and programs hosted by the Secretary of State, the Chief of Protocol and other high-level Department officials. She was the Chief of Staff to Dina Habib Powell, the Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), and acted as the liaison to the Office of the Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs led by Ambassador Karen Hughes. Additionally, Mrs. Graham was the Director of International Initiatives in ECA. Through her role as the primary Department of State member of an interagency team, she earned the prestigious Bronze Medal for Superior Federal Service. Prior to her government service, Mrs. Graham was the Director of Scheduling for Governor Haley Barbour beginning in 2001 in Washington, DC when he served as Chairman and CEO of Barbour Griffith and Rogers, in Mississippi throughout his gubernatorial campaign in 2003 and in his elected position of Governor of the State of Mississippi in 2004. Following her tenure with Governor Haley Barbour, she directed the International Program at the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York. At the conclusion of the Convention, she began her role of Chief of Staff to Lisa Gable, the U.S. Ambassador to the 2005 World’s Fair in Nagoya, Japan. Mrs. Graham is a native of New Albany, Mississippi. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree at The University of Mississippi in 2001. The Ole Miss Alumni Association selected Mrs. Graham to join the 2006-2007 Board of Directors as the youngest member of the Board. She also served as the President and Chairman of the Mississippi Society of Washington, DC. Mrs. Graham lives in Wichita, Kansas with her husband, Chris, and their son, Owen.

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Meet RGA Staff « Republican Governors Association

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DiAnne Graham - Executive Roundtable Director

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DiAnne is the RGA's Executive Roundtable Membership Director. Prior to joining the RGA, she was Director of Outreach in the Office of the Chief of Protocol at the U.S. Department of State. During her tenure at State, she also served as Chief of Staff to the Assistant Secretary for Educational and Cultural Affairs. She has previously worked for Governor Haley Barbour in Washington, DC and in Mississippi, directed the International Program at the 2004 Republican National Convention and served as the Chief of Staff to the U.S. Ambassador to the 2005 World's Fair in Nagoya, Japan. DiAnne is a graduate of The University of Mississippi where she serves on the national board of the Alumni Association.


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DiAnne Graham joined the Diplomatic Courier in Apil of 2009 as and is currently a Senior Contributing Editor.

Previously, DiAnne served as a political appointee in President George W. Bush's administration in Washington, DC. During her tenure, she led the newly-established Outreach Initiative as the Senior Outreach Protocol Officer, directed by Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker, Chief of Protocol. The Outreach Initiative provided opportunities for the Diplomatic Corps to "Experience America" through an innovative program designed to facilitate relationships with business, government, and cultural sectors across the U.S.
Prior to joining the Office of the Chief of Protocol, DiAnne served in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) at the U.S. Department of State as Chief of Staff to Dina Habib Powell, the Assistant Secretary for ECA.
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DiAnne also served as Director of International Initiatives for the Office of Academic Programs in ECA.
She has previously worked for Governor Haley Barbour in Washington, DC and in Mississippi, directed the International Program at the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York and lived in Nagoya, Japan where she served as the Senior Advisor to Lisa Gable, the U.S. Ambassador to the 2005 World EXPO.
DiAnne is a native of New Albany, Mississippi. She majored in Marketing at The University of Mississippi where she earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree. During her undergraduate studies at The University of Mississippi, she also studied in Montpellier, France while completing her minor in French language and culture.
In 2006, DiAnne was selected as the youngest member to join the Board of Directors of The University of Mississippi Alumni Association. She is the Chairman of the Board for the Mississippi Society of Washington, DC and is a member of The Japan-America Society of Mississippi.

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