As President, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and Board of Directors Chair of HMMH, Diana Wasiuk is responsible for providing strategic vision and leadership for the company and management to establish long-term goals, strategies, plans, policies, and business development. Ms. Wasiuk became HMMH’s fourth President in July 2022 after holding the position of Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) for ten years.
As Vice President and COO from 2012 to 2022, Ms. Wasiuk was responsible for managing the operational aspects of HMMH and assisting the CEO in achieving strategic and sustainable growth. Through her constructive and energetic style, guided by the objectives and values of HMMH, Ms. Wasiuk provided the leadership and management necessary to ensure that HMMH operates with proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems to meet client needs, ensure operating efficiency, and sustain financial viability.
Ms. Wasiuk is also responsible for overseeing HMMH’s consulting practices, including project delivery, financial performance, and client satisfaction. Ms. Wasiuk served as the program/project manager for several complex and controversial airport environmental and planning efforts such as the Environmental Assessment for the 8.5-billion-dollar capital improvement program at O’Hare International Airport and the North Texas Metroplex Environmental Assessment under the FAA’s Optimization of Airspace Procedures in the Metroplex (OAPM) Program. Additionally, Ms. Wasiuk strategically led HMMH in capturing the X-59 Supersonic Flight Community Testing contract with NASA by securing resources and managing program-level coordination. Furthermore, Ms. Wasiuk often serves as project QA/QC SME and ensures adherence to the HMMH QA/QC best practices and proper review for scientific methods, deliverables and data generated under projects.
Ms. Wasiuk is a certified pilot and a member of organizations such as Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA), Transportation Research Board (TRB), Airport Consultants Council (ACC), Airports Council International (ACI), American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE), and Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA).