Creating a World That Works for All
Dianne Platner is senior manager of design and production of Berrett-Koehler Publishers. Dianne joined BK in 2003 to oversee the production of books from manuscript to print. She recently finished her rotation as the BK staff representative on the Board where she served as Chair of the Governance Committee. Dianne is also the president of the Board of the nonprofit organization SCRAP, which is the Bay Area’s oldest creative reuse center, promoting the reuse of materials that are traditionally discarded as waste. In addition, Dianne is a renowned artist focusing on sculpture, graphics, and installation art that invites viewers to rethink the ordinary and mundane, from homelessness and unemployment to war and the economy.