Diane Dulken is a communications and sustainability strategist who works in Portland, Oregon and nationally with public interest organizations and purpose-driven businesses. She has been spokesperson for the City of Portland's transportation bureau, recognized worldwide for making bicycling a celebrated and integral part of daily life. She also has managed national press as a Washington DC staffer for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and worked with organizations at the forefront of protecting wild lands and wildlife, addressing climate change and other pressing challenges. She has served on the city of Portland's Sustainable Development Commission and is a former award-winning newspaper journalist and graduate of the University of Michigan's School of Natural Resources and the Environment. She thinks best while riding a bicycle.