“The Weaver of Dreams” is how Mrs. Diane Mediate was described by the class of 2004 in their introduction of her at commencement that year. Mrs. Mediate, a Campbell Alumni, has more than 20 years of experience as an educator working in a variety of settings with diverse student populations. She has been active as a mentor, class advisor and girls’ basketball coach.
Mrs. Mediate holds a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Youngstown State University and a Masters Degree in Educational Administration from Westminster College. She is certified to teach grades 7 through 12 in Mathematics, Psychology and Sociology. Mrs. Mediate truly values the gift of education and is committed to ensuring her students grow to be self-empowered, independent, and confident young leaders. She has been teaching Algebra 1, Advanced Algebra II and Pre-Calculus at Memorial High School. Since 2001, Mrs. Mediate has served as an adjunct mathematics professor for Youngstown State University.
Mrs. Mediate had an article “A Working Math Notebook” published by Prentice Hall. She has received many teaching awards and nominations by her students for various honors. Outside of professional interests, she travels widely, reads, and volunteers for the Scott Hamilton Cares Initiative as a 4th Angel mentor. An important aspect of her life is family -- her husband (who holds a MBA and is a practicing CPA), and their three school age children.