The Holden Agency is excited to announce the addition of Diana Donovan to their growing team of agents.

Diana has been a resident of Richland County for the past 30 years, raising her eight children in the Clear Fork Valley on a full production grain and hog farm. She is a native of Southern California where she studied Business Management/Advertising & Marketing at Long Beach City College.

Prior to joining The Holden Agency, Diana worked as Director of Marketing for a local wealth management firm in Lexington and spent the last four years working with local online news publication Richland Source as an Advertising Account Executive. She worked in close partnership with local and national businesses, organizations and area non-profits serving their digital advertising needs and providing them with creative and unique branding solutions to help grow their business and grow community engagement.

Diana’s love of family and tradition rooted in her Greek heritage and strong beliefs in the importance of following your passions as well as serving others are what led her to join The Holden Agency. “I take great pride in putting my clients first and providing them with the utmost professional care and attention,” Donovan stated. “I look forward to bringing my relationship-building skills and passion for helping people to the real estate market and working hand-in-hand with families to find that special place to live, laugh, love and call home.”

Jerry Holden, CEO of The Holden Agency, expressed his excitement for Diana to join the agency. “The addition of Diana to our team is very exciting,” Holden remarked. “The connections and relationships that she has accumulated over the years is going to be extremely helpful in continuing to build our brand in North Central Ohio.”

Diana is a member of the Mansfield Board of Realtors, the NAR, OAR and the Ashland Board of Realtors. She currently lives in Mansfield and enjoys living a healthy active lifestyle, gardening, cooking and most of all treasures her role as “YaYa” to her four grandchildren.