Diane Crawford, Administrative Specialist
Email: dcrawford @s2temsc .org
Phone: (843) 793-1335
Fax: (843) 793-1336
Diane Crawford joined the S²TEM Centers SC in 2015. She is responsible for a full spectrum of administrative duties, including executive support, office management, billing/invoicing, budgetary management, customer service, account management, database administration, document preparation, travel/meeting coordination, and project/program support. Prior to joining S²TEM Centers SC, Diane worked for the Berkeley County School District (BCSD) for 10 years and in the banking industry for 14 years.
At BCSD, Diane was the Computer Lab Manager, overseeing the ASSIST resource program, working with students needing extra help with math and reading. Students in Diane’s classroom had an average yearly increase of 10 points on the math MAP test and 11 points on the reading MAP test. Most recently at BCSD, Diane was the Administrative Assistant for both the Gifted and Talented Department and the Fine Arts Department.
As Director of Sales for a bank, Diane’s responsibilities included corporate training, sales coaching (one-on-one & in mass), employee motivational programs, and corporate sales goals. Concurrently, she was an instructor for the American Institute of Banking, the educational division of the American Bankers’ Association, teaching classes on finance, sales & marketing, strategic planning, effective communication, time management, professional development, and public speaking. Diane’s techniques and experience on these topics have been published in a variety of banking trade journals. She was a contributing author, writing a chapter for the book Cross-Selling Financial Services by Dwight S. Ritter. Additionally, Diane was a speaker for the American Bankers’ Association at conferences throughout the United States.
Diane earned an Associate of Arts in Early Childhood Education from Bucks Junior College, a diploma in Finance from the American Institute of Banking, and is currently pursuing a BS in Psychology at Charleston Southern University.