Remembering Diane Powell-Larché: Atlanta's PR Maven and NCNW Leader

In a somber turn of events, Atlanta mourns the passing of Diane Powell-Larché, a distinguished figure and the president of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) Greater Atlanta Section. Diane, a revered public relations expert, breathed her last on Friday at the age of 65.

A Legacy in Public Relations and Beyond

Diane Powell-Larché's influence extended far beyond the city of Atlanta. With a career spanning decades, she made significant contributions to the realms of public relations, advertising, and marketing. Widely acknowledged as a media mastermind, Diane played an integral role in shaping the landscape of Atlanta's entertainment and business sectors.

As a testament to her commitment to excellence, Diane was a member of several esteemed organizations, including the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Atlanta Alumnae Chapter. Her leadership reached new heights as she assumed the role of president of the Greater Atlanta Section of the NCNW. Additionally, she held the esteemed position of an executive board member and legacy life member of NCNW National.

A Giving Spirit: Pouring Back into the Community

While Diane Powell-Larché made substantial contributions to the world through her talents, she also remembered to invest in her own brand. Serving as the President and CEO of Larché Communications LLC., a full-service public relations, marketing, and advertising firm based in Atlanta, Diane left an indelible mark. Her client list included renowned names such as HBO, Ford, Burger King, among others.

Diane's philanthropic endeavors and dedication to her community were evident in her involvement with high-profile clients. She was not only a leader but also a mentor and advocate for uplifting the Atlanta community through her work.

Fondly Remembered by Many

Diane Powell-Larché's departure has left a void that will be deeply felt by her family, colleagues, and the communities she served. Beyond her professional achievements, Diane's impact resonated with those she touched through her various roles and affiliations. The University of Pittsburgh and Howard University communities, where she pursued her college education, will also mourn the loss of an alumna who brought pride to their institutions.

As the news of her passing reverberates, the NCNW national headquarters expresses their condolences, stating, "Our prayers remain with Sister Larché’s family, friends, and all who mourn this loss." Diane Powell-Larché leaves behind a legacy of leadership, generosity, and unwavering dedication to making a positive impact on the world. May she rest in peace.

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