Advisor, Project Coordinator
Diane Wintzer is the Project Coordinator and an Advisor to the Board for the Acupuncture Relief Project. She has been volunteering as both a Project Lead and Practitioner with ARP since its inception in 2008. Diane graduated from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with a Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Diane also holds a B.S. in Environmental Education, received from Western Washington University. Ms Wintzer worked as an instructor and staffing coordinator with the Voyageur Outward Bound School for 9 years and served as the Program Director at the Rio Grande Program Area in Southwest Texas on the US-Mexico border. She has in-depth field experience of traveling with groups in remote regions, facilitating a learning experiences, problem solving, creating an environment of safety, and supporting individuals and groups through both personal and interpersonal challenges. Diane has a love for adventure, medicine, healthcare, and third-world environments. Currently Diane is self-employed in a full-time practice in Camas, Washington.