Diane currently serves as the chair of NDI New Mexico’s Santa Fe Development Committee and member of the Executive Committee. She served as Chair, Trustee and Governor of The Children’s Miracle Hospitals Board (Salt Lake City, Utah) which is a Foundation that raises funds and awareness for 170 hospitals for children in North America. She served on the board for over 20 years where she chaired a Long Range Planning effort and a corporate campaign which raised over $40M annually. Doniger also held positions as a Capital Campaign Chair and a staff position as a Development officer in charge of annual fundraisers for the Harley School in Rochester, New York, in addition to serving as Chair and Trustee of the organization.
Doniger has served on many other national and community boards. She has held chair/trustee positions of the following organizations: AI Sigl Center in Rochester, NY which is a collaboration of eight agencies that service children and adults with disabilities in Upstate New York; Golisano Children’s Hospital of the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY; Las Campanas Advisory Board and current member of the Tennis Committee and Spa and Fitness Committee and the Las Campanas Community Fund which directs charitable gifts; The Santa Fe Symphony Board of Directors. She also served as President of the Santa Fe Symphony Foundation Board; First Serve-NM Board of Directors; and The Santa Fe Community Foundation Board.
Doniger has owned and operated three retail businesses. She is married to Peter Doniger and they have a daughter, Sara (35) and a son, Scott (33). They also have four granddaughters. The Donigers have lived in Santa Fe for 15 years.