Dianne Duncan Perrote, MS, CFLE, has been a Certified Family Life Educator for more than 13 years. She has a special interest in working with children with challenging behaviors and their families and early childhood staff. She has worked at the Family and Community Content Area Specialist for Region XI Training and Technical Assistance Network. Dianne has over 19 years’ experience in early childhood education. She search and applies them to work in parent involvement, curriculum, and program development. Throughout her career, Dianne has focused on strengthening communities by building collaborations and providing research-based information in order to strengthen capacity.
Dianne brings a wide variety of life experiences to her roles as co-producer and screenwriter. These diverse experiences provide her with expertise that assures each project she works on is grounded in a real, true to life perspective. Most of her personal and professional life has centered around living and working in Native American communities. This has given her an intimate and insider’s view of a world few are allowed to enter. While this is Dianne’s first venture into the world of movie-making, she has had a life-long interest in using movies to promote awareness of the human condition around the globe. Dianne’s background in media includes having worked for a cable television station for 5 years in Manhattan, KS while in Graduate School. While there she produced and hosted two talk shows, edited, ran cameras. Dianne also took Screen writing classes at University of Wyoming, as well as, attended Palm Springs and Maui Writers’ Conferences. Her interest in film has spanned decades. She has attended Sundance Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival with the film crew of "A Cold White Place" which won Best Creative Film. She also attended the Washington, DC International Film Festival and Middleburg Film Festival in Virginia.
Dianne has recently established Goddess Works Media Group, LLC in order to produce her first feature film.