Allegheny County Bar Association Hires Diane K. McMillen as Assistant Executive Director of Allegheny County Bar Association and Allegheny County Bar Foundation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 12, 2014. Officers of the Allegheny County Bar Association announced that Diane K. McMillen has been hired as Assistant Executive Director of both the Allegheny County Bar Association and the Allegheny County Bar Foundation. She will oversee operations and finance and will report to Executive Director David Blaner. She started her new position in April.
According to Blaner, “We are pleased that Diane has joined the Bar Association/Bar Foundation Management team. Her experience in non-profit management at the Pittsburgh Technology Council, The Sisters of St. Francis and KidsVoice has provided her with valuable insight into the operations and activities of organizations that are very similar to our association and foundation. She is going to help lead us to the next level of success in answering the needs of our members and the general public looking for legal assistance.”
McMillen said she was excited to join the bar association. “While I knew the Allegheny County Bar Association had an excellent reputation locally, I was even more impressed to learn of its great reputation on a statewide and national level for providing diverse and innovative legal services programs. I look forward to working with our highly engaged members and experienced staff members who are passionate about ensuring that one’s legal rights are protected.”
McMillen, a certified public accountant, brings to the bar association more than 25 years of experience at both for-profit and non-profit organizations. Most recently, she served as Chief Financial Officer for the Pittsburgh Technology Council. Prior to that, she was Division Controller for Equifax Settlement Services Division, Treasurer/Finance Manager for the consolidated entities of the Sisters of Saint Francis, Financial Manager for KidsVoice, and a CPA for Touche Ross & Company (Deloitte & Touche).
McMillen received her Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the Pennsylvania State University and Masters of Business degree from Waynesburg University.
Chartered in 1870 and headquartered in downtown Pittsburgh, the Allegheny County Bar Association is a professional organization with more than 6,300 member attorneys, judges, district justices, legal administrators, and paralegals.
David A. Blaner
Diane K. McMillen