Dione Chen, MBA, is an accomplished project leader and marketing and communications professional. She leverages over 20 years of experience designing and implementing integrated marketing and communications programs, building partnerships, and delivering strategies and tactics that achieve operational excellence and growth. Specialties include project management in matrix organizations, strategy development, messaging and digital and print content generation.
Dione’s breadth of experience includes senior roles with a wide variety of organizations, ranging from early-stage ventures to Fortune 500 firms in technology, telecommunications, internet sales and education. Her experiences as a family caregiver have resulted in a commitment to work with organizations that are advancing solutions to address the challenges of aging that face individuals, families and communities. She has provided strategic counsel and marketing assistance to the Stanford Center on Longevity, technology companies that are delivering services and products that target older adults and their caregivers, and non-profits that provide social services to older adults.
Dione is also an active public school volunteer. In 2007, she founded and led a historic preservation non-profit. In the process, she succeeded in generating worldwide media coverage, recruiting a council of nationally-recognized advisors and supporters, and influenced government officials to campaign on behalf of her mission. A Bay Area native, she holds B.A. and M.B.A. degrees from Stanford University.