Founded in 2018, PD Consulting is a solution focus business driven by results. From taking lead projects, analyzing business processes, providing advisory and educational services to organizations, we deliver operational and fiscal solutions for our clients’ challenges. Our experience ranges from non-profit to corporate, big and small, financial to long term sustainability. We are here for you.
Diaz Dixon is the President and owner of Performance Driven Consulting. His focus is on evaluating and implementing strategies that increase sustainability, diversity, and impact. Dixon recently served as the Vice President of the CommonSpirit Health National Foundation. In his role, he worked closely with CommonSpirit clinical and program leaders to raise awareness and secure funding support for health equity, social justice, and diversity programs. Dixon has a long history as a successful leader, fundraising and advocate for those in need.
Before joining CommonSpirit Health, he served as the CEO of Eddy House, a multi-complex facility for homeless and at-risk youth, where he has raised millions in funding to grow the organization and provide housing, workforce development, health services and other needed support. Prior to joining Eddy House, Dixon served fourteen years as the CEO of STEP2, a nonprofitorganization committed to breaking the cycle of addiction and violence in families. At STEP2, he led highly successful fundraising and operational initiatives to build a multi-million-dollar campus. He gets most excited about creating vision and excitement around common causes that better communities.
Dixon has been a highly respected community advocate for decades. He served for four years on the National Advisory Committee for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, sits on the Boards for Bishop Manogue and the State (Gambling and Addiction Counselors). He served four years consulting for the Cultural Competency and Diversity Network in Washington, DC under President Bush’s New Freedom Initiative.
Dixon received his master’s degree in education and counseling from University of Iowa and his bachelor’s degree in social psychology from the University of Nevada.