Diane was born under humble circumstances June 15, 1963 to Charles A. Moore Order of Distinction and Bernice Moore, Masters of Science in Kingston Jamaica. She was raised in a protestant Christian
home and completed my primary and secondary schooling at Holy Childhood School, a parochial institution.
Her father was born very poor but with excellent principles and values. As such, he saw the value of education and ensured that although he didn't have more than a middle school education that her mother and his children would attend the best schools possible. Accordingly, he and his wife Bernice started their own businesses, Moore's Transport Services and Chasrose Ltd. ensured that each of his six children as well as his wife earned from Diplomas to Doctoral degrees.
The Moore family remain stalwarts of education. Her mother retired after 50 years teaching in classrooms from secondary to college professor level. Diane's sister Denise Moore-Ebhohimen DDS is a professor of Dentistry at the University of the Technology and Natalie Moore, another sibling, heads the mathematics department at Meadowbrook High School. Attorney Andrea Moore, Diane's law partner, Moore Eubanks Moore in Kingston, and Past President, Kiwanis New Kingston has been instrumental in setting up educational opportunities for disadvantaged children through her organization. Inclusive of Diane's brothers, Dwight and Christopher operate stellar businesses throughout the Caribbean region in real estate, car dealerships, gas station franchises and other entrepreneurial enterprises.
With the Moore family's strong educational beliefs, Diane started teaching 1986 after matriculation from Florida State University with BSc. Chemical Science minor Biology Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa and University of Florida with a Florida Teacher Certificate.
Her legal career started 20 years ago as an intern at Black Entertainment Television under Attorney Deborah Lee (current President of BET). At that timem, she worked full-time at the Department of Navy as an Assistant General Counsel until being assigned to the Clinton White House as a vetter for Cabinet members such as Secretary of State, Madeline Albright and Secretary of Defense. Diane left Government service to run successful offices in Maryland, DC and Virginia.
Devastated from the real estate market crash, Diane had to reassess how she personally structured her own financial house. It was then that she began her journey of self-analysis because her entire real estate legal career had suddenly collapsed.
She took off several years as a stay-at-home mom to raise her young family and recover from the fiscal blow dealt by the stock market crash that left her, her husband and millions of Americans devastated.
With all the children enrolled full-time in school, she had to identify an industry and career path that would allow her to utilize my strong educational foundation, faithful relationship with God, a love to help others and the ministry of Law and Teaching.
After rigorous research and consulting with industry giants in financial services and business like Alberto Alexander, Joe Reid, Anthony Stewart, Willis Eubanks Jr. and Damon Moats Diane initiated my financial services career journey through the certification process.
Her next step was to identify an organization that reflected my ministry to help middle-income American families achieve financial freedom and teach them how to build legacy for current and future generations.
This final step was accomplished when Diane partnered with Stewart Financial Services and the co-authors of the book, Rich Rossi, Barbara Bolcavage and Anthony Stewart and the rest has been history.