Diana Meehan, Ph.D., is the founding director of the Archer School for Girls and of the Institute for the Study of Women and Men at USC. She currently serves on the Board of the Schlesinger Library at Harvard, the Children’s Action Network, and the Hollywood Policy Center.
Meehan is a founding partner of VU Productions — a documentary film company attached to Paramount. Among her award-winning productions are Women in War (A&E) and A Century of Women (Turner Broadcasting). She is married to writer-producer Gary David Goldberg.