Diana Shepherd, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA)

Diana Shepherd, CDFA

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Diana Shepherd is an award-winning editor, published author, and a nationally recognized expert on divorce, finance, remarriage, and stepfamily issues. As well as being the Editorial Director and co-founder of Divorce Magazine and www.DivorceMagazine.com, Diana has written and edited hundreds of articles about divorce-related issues since 1996. She is the co-author of The IDFA Survival Guide, a book designed to helping American divorcing couples avoid the common pitfalls and make better decisions. Diana is also the coauthor, editor, and designer of nine textbooks and resource guides for financial professionals.

Diana is a frequent lecturer on the topics of divorce, finance, and marketing – both to local groups and national organizations. She has been interviewed by The LA Times, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Globe & Mail, The Toronto Star, The National Post, Financial Post Review, The London Guardian, Harper’s Magazine, Forbes Magazine, and Maclean’s Magazine, to name a few, and has been a guest on dozens of national television shows, including “NBC Nightly News”, “CBC Newsworld”, “Canada a.m.”, “Money Matters”, and “ROB TV”.

She is the former Marketing Director and Director of Education (Canada) for the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts™ (IDFA™), where she enjoyed working with Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA™) professionals to help grow their practices.

A resident of Toronto, Canada, Diana holds the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA™) designation from the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts, an Honours English Specialist degree from the University of Toronto, and she is a graduate of The Banff Publishing Workshop (The Banff Centre for the Arts).

Twenty years ago, Divorce Magazine’s co-founders started with a vision of a world where divorcing people could use the experience to grow as human beings, to support each other in co-parenting their children, and to end their marriages with kindness and compassion. Diana sees the new Divorce School as the next step in fulfilling this vision.

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