Dianna Lambert grew up as a military "brat," living in three countries before graduating high school. Claiming Florida as her home state, she attended Florida State University, earning her Bachelor's degree in Criminology. Following college, she achieved her Florida law enforcement certification, and served five years as a police officer.
After moving with her husband's job to Cumming, Georgia, in 2000, she enjoyed being a stay-home mom for a few years until her children reached school age. Dianna then re-entered the workforce as a Victim Advocate with the Forsyth County Sheriff's office, where she provided legal advocacy services to many families in crisis. Continuing her passion for family service, Dianna served as Chairperson of the Forsyth County Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board from 2009 - 2011. As Chair of this organization, she engaged with many community agencies to study and raise awareness of domestic violence issues in the county and state. Subsequent to working with the review Board, she gained certification as a Child Forensic Interviewer and served with a local non-profit to monitor court-ordered child visitations. With her love for serving families, Dianna is pleased to now serve families in crisis through Meriwether & Tharp.
Outside of work, Dianna enjoys time with her husband, two sons, and family dog. When she's not busy cheering her son's baseball team or visiting her college-age son at UGA, she enjoys singing with her church's choir.