Dianna Boyce '88 is VP of 2021 NBA All-Star Weekend
June 18, 2019
Dianna Boyce, a 1988 graduate of DePauw University, has been named vice president of 2021 NBA All-Star, Inc. "Boyce most recently served as senior director, corporate communications at The Finish Line, Inc. and began her NBA All-Star duties last week. She will strategically lead the planning and implementation for marketing and communications as well as coordinate the operations, host committee and legacy components" for the All-Star event, which Indianapolis will host.
"Dianna has a proven track record in sports management and implementation including serving as a senior member of the staff for the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee," said Mel Raines, senior vice president, PS&E and president, 2021 NBA All-Star, Inc. "She brings a wealth of experience with organizing multiple facets of major projects as well as engaging and activating community involvement. I am confident she will work with our Host Committee to deliver the most successful All-Star event in NBA history."
"Alongside our 2021 NBA All-Star Co-Chairs, Board of Directors and Pacers Sports & Entertainment staff, I am thrilled to take part in developing and implementing plans for 2021 NBA All-Star," said Boyce. "With an international stage during that 2021 February weekend, our city and state will once again share our greatest strengths with visitors, the NBA and our local communities. It's an honor -- and humbling -- to be part of an event that will impact and engage communities throughout Indiana for generations to come."
Boyce has also previously served Lumina Foundation, Southwest Gas Corporation and Methodist Hospital (currently IU Health). A communication major at DePauw she went on to earn an M.B.A. from Indiana University.
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