Diana Liberto is a genius at reinvention. This former attorney left a corporate position to become an entrepreneur, successfully led a wellness app from startup to acquisition, taught law as an adjunct professor, planted a vineyard, sits on several boardsand is now sharing her insights as a speaker and consultant.
After experiencing a series of personal tragedies in 2014, Liberto’s experience as an entrepreneur began. She created an app in 2015 called WalkMyMind,which allowed subscribers to listen and engage their minds with“walkcasts” of educators, thinkers and authors as they pursued their fitness goals. The app’s most distinguishing feature is the“Brand Box,” where customers can create and share their own podcasts for corporate communications, e-learning and compliance modules.
After brokering a partnership with GlobalFit, a technology-driven wellness company, she became President/CEO of WalkMyMind, Inc. as well as Chairman of the Board of WMM Holding Co., LLC in 2018.
“Diana is revolutionizing the wellbeing of the corporate world…”
GlobalFit President & CEO Tony Frick
Capable of speaking on topics such as leadership, legal issues, female empowerment, startups, funding, exit strategies, acquisitions, monetization, and working with advisory boards, Liberto is able to share her deep knowledge of do’s and don’ts with entrepreneurs, as she had no formal business school training.
A graduate of Rutgers University School of Law, J.D. with Honors in 1991, she was a member of Rutgers Law Journal, and clerked for a United States District Court Judge in New Jersey. She went on to work at a law firm in Philadelphia specializing in class actions at the trial and appellate levels in federal and state courts. From 2004 to 2015, she was in the office of General Counsel at Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. the Number 1 Fortune 500 company handling a variety of issues including compliance, discrimination, hiring, termination practices and class action litigation, both here and overseas.
Liberto also serves on the Board of Directors of Cohen & Co. Inc. (NYSE – COHN) where she is the Chair of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and a member of both the Audit and Compensation committees. Additionally, she sits on the Advisory Board of J3Personica, a medical education selection and assessment startup.
She received her BA in Political Science from Glassboro State College in New Jersey, is the mother to three children, understands wine from the ground up, and is a prime example of what determination, dedication and drive means in the workplace today.