Diana Bowie co-founded DB Peru in 2002 to provide healthcare and health education for people living in remote areas of the Amazon. In the early part of her career, Diana worked as a clinical nurse then moved into hospital administration spending 20 years in hospitals in Florida, California and Tennessee, serving most recently as a Vice-President and Senior Nurse Executive. She has also taught research at the College of St. Francis. Diana has jumped into action volunteering in Haiti following the earthquake, and in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. She has volunteered for Hospice, the American Heart Association, Habitat for Humanity, and the United Way. Diana has also served as the past President of the American Women’s Literary Club of Lima, Peru and as a Director of the American & Canadian Association of Peru. Diana Bowie is a Registered Nurse and is also certified as an Emergency Nurse. She received both her Bachelor’s degree and Master’s in Business Administration from Tusculum College in Tennessee. She was raised in Naples, Florida, but has made Lima, Peru her home since 2001. She is the proud mother to five children and even prouder grandmother to ten.