About the Candidate: Diane Adoma
Mrs. Adoma was born in Bainbridge and currently lives in Lithonia. She is a proud graduate of Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. She has an MBA from the University of Phoenix with an emphasis in business management and is currently writing her dissertation entitled: ‘The Correlation between Transformational Leadership Style and Employee Trust’ at Capella University. Diane and her husband are franchise owners of all the H&R Block locations in Rockdale County. Diane has 25 plus years of marketing experience with companies such as Turner Broadcasting Systems, AT&T, Qwest Communications, ING Group, MCI WorldCom and the University of Phoenix. She is also a producer and host of Adoma and Company Radio and is owner of Diane Adoma Consulting, LLC.
Diane is active in both Rockdale and DeKalb counties as a community advocate for businesses and nonprofit organizations. She currently is an instructor for the Entrepreneur Academy and has served as the Ambassador Chair for that organization, and on the Board of Governors for the Conyers-Rockdale Chamber of Commerce. She is a current member of the Rockdale County advisory board for United Way, board member and Youth Services Committee Chair for the Conyers Rotary Club, President of Friends of Salem Panola Library and the President of the Brooks Mills Homeowners Association. Diane has served as treasurer of the DeKalb Library Alliance, the 2013-14 United Way Campaign Fundraising Chair for Rockdale County, and board member and Public Relations and Communications Chair of the Georgia Rotary District Character Education Program, board member of the Rockdale Foundation for Excellence in Education and the Atlanta Regional Commission Workforce Committee. Diane was the recipient of the prestigious James P. Culpepper, Jr. Volunteer Award and the Rotary International Avenues of Service Citation for Individual Rotarians for her community service.”
For more information about the candidate, Diane Adoma, view the full article from the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce here.
— Diane Adoma