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Diane Littlefield

Diane Littlefield is Vice President of Programs and Partnerships for Sierra Health Foundation, a private philanthropy focused on promoting health and racial equity and a healthful life for all people in the Northern and Central California region through partnership and innovation. The foundation uses a social determinants of health lens and employs a broad spectrum of approaches to support community leadership, organizing and movement building, policy and advocacy and inter-sectoral efforts to improve health and well-being.

As a member of the executive team, Diane is responsible for strategic program and partnership development, and oversees management of the foundation’s programs and policy initiatives. She has a special interest in advancing social justice and addressing health disparities, and believes strongly in the collective power of people working toward health equity.

Diane worked for more than 20 years in the nonprofit and public community health sector in the Coastal and Central Valleys before joining Sierra Health Foundation. She has a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition Science from U.C. Davis, and a master’s degree in Public Health from U.C. Berkeley.

Diane Littlefield
Vice President of Programs and Partnerships
(916) 922-4755 x3211
1321 Garden Highway
Sacramento, CA 95833