Diane Bartoli

Education Advisory Services
Diane Bartoli, Senior Vice President, Education Advisory
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Advisory Board Osage Venture Partners
Advisory Board Veritas Data Research
Diane Bartoli joined Bright Horizons in April 2023 as the SVP of EdAdvisory Services and a member of the Bright Horizons Executive Committee. She is responsible for overseeing all operations for a comprehensive set of education benefits, including branded offerings EdAssist and College Coach. The EdAdvisory Services team leverages tuition reimbursement, student loan repayment, academic and financial college advising, career planning, and educational program development to help employers combat employee attrition and fill critical labor gaps, while enabling employees to realize their fullest potential.

Prior to joining Bright Horizons, Diane held executive roles at athenahealth as the GM of epocrates, and at Amazon as the Director and GM of Amazon Education leading the K-12 and Higher Education business at Kindle.

Previously, Diane was the SVP and GM for the Clinical Reference and Workflow business at Elsevier. There she oversaw a digital product portfolio that included clinical and education solutions including Patient Education and Clinical Reference products. Diane has over 20 years of experience leading the development of digital health and education solutions that have empowered millions of clinicians and students to learn and succeed.

Diane serves on of the Board of Managers for American Institute of Physics Publishing as Deputy Chair and Chair of the Audit committee. She has a BA in English from the George Washington University, and an MBA in finance from the Stern School of business at New York University.

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George Washington University

BA, English

Stern School of business at New York University

MBA, Finance

At a unique time when the workforce has five generations, employers should remember that new skill development is not just a dream for the young. Skills are a recognized currency across generations, as evidenced by the plethora of more established employees who are eager learners themselves.
Diane lives in Philadelphia with her husband, author Neal Bascomb, two teenage daughters, and Portuguese Water Dog.
Diane Bartoli with her family