My way of thinking is that we can’t expect change to happen, said Diana. We have to make the change, we have to set the pace, and if I want it done it is up to me to make it happen. We all have wonderful gifts that god has given us and we have to put them to use.
Diana Lehboub is proudly representing AT&T Pioneers and volunteers in several programs such as Dallas CASA, the North Texas Food Bank, Say Yes to the Prom, and Soles 4 Souls. When asked about why she volunteers for as many programs as she does, her reply has always been, “If not me today, then who?”
Diana Lehboub was born in Queens New York, the second of three children. From a young age community outreach and volunteerism was her passion, beginning with her work at the AIDS Center of Queens County and several other high school clubs. Her volunteerism would continue well into adulthood, contributing to her local community as a volunteer teacher for ESL classes and various community initiatives.
Diana has worked at AT&T for more than five years and in that time has becoming active in their AT&T Pioneers program, which works to improve communities where employees live. With AT&T Pioneers, Diana led an initiative in her department for Soles 4 Souls collecting over 200 pairs of shoes to be redistributed to people in need. She also participated in the Cancer Gala and helped to donate and distribute crayons, coloring books, food, and blankets to the Children’s Hospital.
She also volunteers with Dallas CASA as a court-appointed advocate for foster children. She visits with foster children, conducts home studies, and facilitates the finding of a permanent home for a child when parental rights have been terminated.
Diana is the proud mother of two boys (25 and 21 years old) and happily married now for eleven years. Her husband Mhammed will be joining her on the cruise. In her spare time Diana enjoys crafting and scrapbooking.