Digital literacy educator and advocate, Diana Graber, is the founder Cyber Civics, a popular and innovative middle school digital citizenship and literacy program currently being taught in schools in over 40 U.S. states and internationally. She is also the co-founder of Cyberwise (a.k.a., No Grownup Left Behind!), a leading online safety and digital literacy organization. In her first book--Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationships with Technology--she draws upon eight years of teaching at Journey School in Southern California where she guides middle school students through lessons that equip them to be thoughtful, ethical and smart digital citizens.
Also a media producer, Graber has produced numerous videos and television series through Graber Productions, founded by her husband Michael Graber, an eight-time Emmy award- winning adventure sports cinematographer.
Graber has a B.A. in Communications Studies from UCLA, an M.A. in Media Psychology and Social Change from Fielding Graduate University. She was honored with the "2017 Media Literacy Teacher" award from the National Association for Media Literacy in Education (NAMLE). She taught "Media Psychology for the 21st Century" to graduate students at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP). She is a regular blogger for numerous media outlets, including HuffPost. She travels and presents regularly at conferences and schools across the U.S. Otherwise, she spends time with her husband and two daughters in Southern California or can be found on her mountain bike using her favorite digital app, Strava.