Florida House Staff
Diana Beckmann, Executive Director
Diana comes to Florida House after a successful career in non-profit and foundation management. She was raised in Winter Park, Florida and is a graduate of Florida State University. She also has a Master of Business Administration degree from Georgetown University. Diana has managed large scale programs and outreach at the International Association of Police Chiefs, Sustainable Travel International, CARE USA and the National Park Foundation. She has also raised funds and awareness for maternal health and education in India, the National Breast Cancer Coalition and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Although she now lives in Virginia with her family, she keeps close ties to friends and family in Florida.
Liz Doyle, Deputy Executive Director
Located just outside Orlando, Liz is responsible for facilitating the work of the regions and committees as well as working with the trustees to promote the mission and goals of Florida House. In addition, she writes and distributes the Florida House newsletters and oversees the website and social media.
A native Floridian, Liz graduated from Clemson University. After graduation, she lived in South Carolina and in Atlanta, working in the tourism industry. During her career she developed and implemented marketing and communication plans and programs to promote destinations to groups and travelers in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Taking her experience in creating and managing meetings, programs and projects, she relocated to her hometown and opened a consulting business where she specialized in marketing communications, strategic planning, building consensus, meeting planning and the development of print and electronic collateral materials.
Liz was introduced to Florida House by her mother and is a second-generation member of the Central Florida Council. She has served as Treasurer, Vice President and President. Liz was also a member of the Florida House Board of Trustees, serving as Secretary; has held many leadership positions at the First Presbyterian Church; serves on the Learning and Cultural Center Board and the Trustee Board for the local library; and is a member of the Tiger Bay Club of Central Florida, the Orlando chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution and her city’s Public Arts Committee. Liz is a Chi Omega. She still loves to travel but happily lives beside a sparkling lake in her childhood home.
Kate Langevoort, Manager Events and Operations
A native of both Washington, D.C. and Nashville, Kate comes to Florida House with a background in non-profit fundraising and events management. She graduated from Wagner College with a BS in Arts Administration, and holds a certificate in Events Management from the George Washington University School of Business. Kate has previously worked with non-profit organizations here in D.C. advocating for arts education and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Kate grew up spending summers and holidays with family in the Sarasota area. Kate loves being part of the Washington D.C. community, and has served as a volunteer tour guide at the Smithsonian National Zoo for the past four years. She also enjoys traveling, musical theatre, Harry Potter, and anything having to do with British History. Kate lives in Takoma Park, Maryland, with her family and two cats.