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Diana Hurlbert, Director of Environmental Permitting, Tejon Ranch Company Diana is a native Californian with wide-ranging life and professional experience. She joined the Tejon Ranch team in 2014 after spending four years as project manager for the State’s Ballona Wetlands Restoration project in Los Angeles County. Prior to moving to Southern California, Diana has worked and lived in a variety of places in California, as well as the south and inter-mountain West. Diana is a strategic planner by nature, training, and profession. She has worked as both staff and consulting planner for the State and numerous cities and counties throughout California over the past 20 years. In addition to her work on complex land use and environmental planning issues, Diana’s experience includes work in rural economic development, running a successful specialty produce farm, and owning and managing a historic flock in the only town in California that is designated as open range for sheep. She received her MS in Regional and Town Planning from Utah State University and her BS in Plant Science and Wildlife and Fisheries Science from the University of Arizona.