Diane Musselmann brings a wealth of experience and a unique perspective as a caregiver to her late husband, Ken, who sacrificed his legs in Vietnam.
Mrs. Musselmann is an effective and enthusiastic advocate for the rights of disabled veterans — she knows that what happens on Capitol Hill and in State Houses across the country actually affects what happens at home.
She is a graduate of California State University at Long Beach and has worked with special needs high school children for more than 20 years. She has held several offices with the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, is involved in her church and has played many roles in several civic organizations.
She was elected to the Foundation Board in 2009, succeeding her late husband of 43 years, Ken Musselmann.