Diana Newman has a long history of working for women’s causes and juvenile and adult justice issues. She inaugurated the first development department at the Ohio History Connection and served as Vice President for Development for The Columbus Foundation.
She is the author of two fundraising books: Opening Doors: Pathways to Diverse Donors published by Wiley and Sons and Endowment Building published by Jossey Bass. Diana was Executive Vice President of Benefactor Group for ten years before her retirement in 2020.
She and her husband Dennis live in NW Columbus and have three children and five grandchildren.
Angela Mingo serves as the director of community relations for Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She is responsible for developing and managing strategic partnerships with external organizations.
Angela currently serves on the United Way of Central Ohio Home Impact Council. She is a former mayoral appointed commissioner with the City of Columbus Community Relations Commission and served on the commission’s executive board.
Angela serves as a gubernatorial appointment to the Ohio Lottery Commission. She serves on the boards of the Parsons Avenue Redevelopment Corporation, Leadership Columbus, Habitat for Humanity MidOhio, and Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing. She is a member of the Fifth Third Community Advisory Forum and the Columbus Office of Minority Health Advisory Committee. Angela is a graduate of the Leadership Columbus 2012 Class and former participant in the Big Brother, Big Sisters mentoring program.
Angela earned Bachelor’s Degrees in Portuguese and international relations as well as her master’s of city and regional planning degree from The Ohio State University. Angela’s honors include Columbus Business First Health Care HeroesAward, Greater Columbus Community Helping Hands Community Relations Ambassador Award, and recognition in Who’s Who in Black Columbus.
A native of Canton, Ohio, Angela is married and is the proud mother of two lovely daughters.
Mr. Keller has been with Ohio Capital Corporation since its inception; first as Director of Development and then as President since 1993. Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing is an independent, non -profit corporation created by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency in 1989.
Hal oversees all corporate policy and fiscal affairs, including securing corporate investors for Low Income Housing Tax Credit equity funds and coordinating efforts to develop housing projects receiving equity investment from the Ohio Equity Funds. To date, Ohio Capital Corporation has raised more than $2.25 billion in corporate equity for LIHTC projects involving more than 525 transactions and 27,500 units of affordable housing in Ohio and Kentucky.
He holds Master of Arts degrees in both Public Administration and Social Work from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Social Science from Case Western Reserve University.
Mr. Keller has served on the boards of a variety of organizations including the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, YMCA of Central Ohio, Affordable Housing Trust for Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio Housing Council, Greater Ohio Policy Center, Habitat for Humanity of Ohio, National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders, National Housing Conference and the National Association of State and Local Equity Funds.