Dianna Langley is NetHope’s Chief Operating Officer. NetHope is an association of ~65 of the world’s largest humanitarian and conservation nonprofits, and Dianna is responsible for driving NetHope’s unique approach to delivering positive impact on behalf of these Members though the power of digital. Under this umbrella Dianna is the senior sponsor for NetHope’s Digital Protection Program which strives to build the cybersecurity capacity and resilience of these nonprofits that reach some 1.2 billion vulnerable people worldwide.
In her previous role as Head of Digital Workplace for Oxfam, Dianna was globally responsible for heading the design, deployment, and best use of Oxfam’s shared digital collaboration tools for +10 000 staff and +20 000 volunteers in over 60 countries, while nurturing and upholding Oxfam’s values. She was awarded the DWG Digital Workplace Leader of the Year in 2019, was a member of the Box Product Advisory Board from 2018-2020, is ITIL certified, and has spoken at multiple industry events on the collaborative future of work, and the role of digital to shape a better future for all.