Diane Sherlock is an award-winning television producer and an accomplished communications and editorial director. With a strong background in journalism, Diane began her career as an on-air news reporter in commercial, public, and cable television before moving on to produce public affairs programming at such stations as WGBH and WCVB-TV. At Harvard, where Diane earned both her B.A. and her Ed.M., she was a development communications director and editor of two alumni magazines. Since 2009, Diane’s work has focused on the world of education, where she has served as editorial director of the National Center on Time and Learning, communications and recruitment director for Cambridge School Volunteers, and a consultant to Emerson College, the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and the Harvard Chan School of Public Health, specializing in the creation of “case studies.” Today, Diane works independently, helping
to advance nonprofits and grassroots democratic initiatives through the effective use of media. She is the co-author of a cookbook published by Doubleday and also a certified courtroom mediator.
A Southside resident since 1985, Diane has enjoyed raising her family in Weston and having opportunities to contribute to the dynamic life of our town. As co-chair of the Weston Cultural Council, Diane collaborated with Weston Media Center to create video pieces that showcased the work of WCC grant recipients. Diane also co-produced and hosted The Local Focus, in the studios of LexMedia, a regular cable television program that featured noteworthy stories from Weston and seven other Metrowest municipalities.