Diane Bruno lives in Methuen, Massachusetts with her husband and 3 children. She has been an active member of the New England bleeding disorders community since 2012 when her son was unexpectedly diagnosed with severe hemophilia at just 4 days old.
After being heavily involved in fundraising and volunteering at events, she was excited to take the next step and accept a new role at NEHA. Diane has now been a consultant for the NEHA since 2019, where she works to plan and build our programming.
She has a special interest in helping new families gain their footing in an unfamiliar environment and loves to work heavily on finding ways to build meaningful relationships among the children of the bleeding disorders community so they never feel alone.
Diane graduated from UMASS Lowell where she studied business with a concentration in marketing. She has also been a dance instructor for over fifteen years at the studio where she trained and her children now take class.