Meet Dianna Willis
Dianna Willis is Co-Founder and President of the Idaho Access Project (IAP) and provides technical assistance on
research design, project planning, and data analysis. She also consults on creating “walkable communities” emphasizing inclusion and equity for people with disabilities. She loves to explore pathways and hiking trails with her current guide dog, Teegan. Dianna worked in public health for eight years and has a diverse educational background. In 2013, she earned a M.Ed. degree in Early Childhood Studies with an emphasis on children with special healthcare needs. She holds a M.A. from Georgetown University in Applied Demography (1999) and a B.A. from Boise State University in Political Science (1993). Dianna facilitated the 2023 Access Idaho Adventure planning process with fellow IAP board members and volunteers and oversees IAP’s collaborative efforts with Boise State University faculty and students.