Diane Melley

Vice President @ Global Citizenship Initiatives, IBM

Diane Melley is currently a Director in IBM Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs. Her responsibilities include leading the On Demand Community initiative, IBM's global strategic initiative to support employee and retiree volunteer efforts worldwide. On Demand Community is utilized by over 130,000 IBM employees and retirees in over 68 countries, and reflects well over eight million hours of IBM community volunteer efforts. Diane leads the Business Integration team, where Corporate Citizenship assets are integrated with IBM’s business strategies in Public Sector, Education and the Small Medium Business industry segments. She also supports IBM's Humanitarian Disaster Response efforts worldwide. Recently, Diane was named as the lead for Corporate Social Responsibility and the annual CR report. Diane helps IBM maintain their excellent corporate citizenship status. She is constantly looking for ways to use technology as an integrated tool to effect change.

Diane is a 2001 Eisenhower Fellow to Belgium and Ireland and chairs the Eisenhower Alumni Regional Fellows Group. She serves as a Commissioner on the Mayor’s Commission on Technology (MCOT) in Philadelphia, and on the boards of the Points of Light Foundation/Hands on Network, Philadelphia Education Fund (current chairperson), Chamber of Commerce/Arts and Business Council, and is co-chair of the Corporate Affinity Group at the Brookings Institute on International Volunteerism.