MEET OUR TEAM
Diana is founder of CyberWise.org (aka, No Grownup Left Behind!) and CyberCivics.com, two organizations dedicated to improving digital literacy skills and author of "Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology" (HarperCollins Leadership).
A long-time media producer with an M.A. in “Media Psychology & Social Change,” Graber is also Waldorf school parent and teacher who developed (and still teaches) Cyber Civics at Journey School, in Aliso Viejo, CA. Her paper, "Media Literacy Education: A Developmental Approach," was published in the Journal of Media Literacy Education (JMLE) and she was honored with the "2017 Media Literacy Teacher Award" from the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE). Today she is a regular contributor on digital media topics for HuffPost and others, and is regularly called upon by the media to comment on tech topics. As Adjunct Professor of Media Psychology for the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP), she taught "Media Psychology for the 21st Century." She travels widely to speak to parents, at conferences, and to conduct teacher workshops. Learn More.
Peter joined the Cyber Civics team in 2016 with experience in both education and marketing. Peter has always had a passion for teaching and working with kids. In 2011 he made the switch from the business sector and earned his Single Subject Teaching Credential in English. He was a teacher and head coach for both the Boys and Girls Tennis Programs at Aliso Viejo High School in Aliso Viejo, CA for the next 6 years. Peter now works full time for Cyber Civics. In his role as Outreach Director he is in constant contact with schools helping them onboard and implement. He also teaches Cyber Civics at Journey School, and makes presentations to schools and organizations. He resides in San Clemente, CA with his wife and two young children and feels this is “the perfect fit” for his passions and skill sets. Peter earned a degree in Communication from the University of Portland in 2001.
Arias was introduced to Cyber Civics while teaching at Journey School. She was instantly inspired and knew that she wanted to be a part of this necessary movement. Building community with a cause is where Arias' strengths lie. Prior to joining Cyber Civics, she taught grades 1-5 in Waldorf classrooms, mentored budding Waldorf teachers and taught Design at Orange County High School of the Arts. Arias received her BA in Art from Chapman University and her teaching certification from UC Davis. She received her Waldorf Teacher Training at Waldorf School of Orange County. Arias is so excited to join the Cyber Civics team and to develop the digital community space that will serve parents, educators and in turn, students worldwide.