Diane L. Nieman is well known for her big heart, competitive spirit, and strong urge for adventure. No matter what the weather or season may be, you are likely to find Diane outdoors staying active, having fun, and working to protect and conserve the environment.
Since she was a kid, Diane Nieman has always been very fond of animals of all kinds. The phrase “she wouldn’t hurt a fly” holds very true with her. Diane Nieman has always made an extensive effort to care for and protect animals; helping turtles in the middle of the road, purchasing no-kill mouse traps, recycling and picking up trash in local parks, and supporting the World Wildlife Fund.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the leading wildlife conservation organization in the world, focusing on protecting the future of nature since 1961. Through partnerships and volunteer work WWF completes a variety of projects and conservation work in the following areas:
- Fresh Water
The mission of the World Wildlife Fund is one that Diane Nieman holds near and dear to her heart. She strives to support and volunteer with WWF at every possible opportunity.
Outside of supporting the environment and its wildlife, Diane L. Nieman is a competitive snowboard racer with Nastar. For over 20 years she has competed in a number of races, earning recognition as a National Championship Qualifier on numerous occasions.
Even when not racing competitively, Diane Nieman enjoys getting out on the slopes with friends and family for pure fun, adventure, fitness, and recreation. She often skis and competes at the local Mount Holly Ski Resort as well as at many resorts in Wyoming. but would love to travel to other mountains and ski resorts across the United States and all around the world.
To learn more about Diane L. Nieman has her passions and hobbies, check out her about.me page at https://about.me/dnieman.