Diana File founded DF Analytics to bring rigor and accountability to DEI efforts around the world. A research and organizational psychologist, she has spent 15 years adapting her proprietary data science methodologies to drive results for Fortune 500 corporations, start-ups, government agencies, non-profit institutions, and small businesses around the world.
Diana uses data science to empower companies to build highly diverse, inclusive teams that break records in productivity, collaboration, and profit. Her proprietary analytics methodologies uncover the deep neuroscientific factors that dictate success or failure. From there, she translates assessment into strategy and drives cross-functional implementation across the matrix. This integrated approach helps companies stay competitive in the face of dynamic generational and cultural shifts for employees and customers.
A former consultant to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Diana has transformed decision trees in complex hierarchies and spearheaded global research on how to inspire the resolution of intractable conflicts. Her expertise spans workforce analytics, team building, project management, organizational effectiveness, conflict resolution, and best practice research.
Diana regularly delivers workshops and keynotes for the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Columbia University School of Professional Studies, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the National Libraries of Medicine, the HR Leadership Forum, and other industry associations.
Diana holds a B.A. in Psychology cum laude from Yale University and an M.A. in Psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is fluent in English, Hebrew, and Russian.