Diane L. Walsh

Chief Marketing Officer

212.643.0099 / Ext. 10125Contact

Practice Areas

  • Marketing

Service Specialties

  • Marketing Strategy
  • Communications Strategy
  • Project Management
  • Media Relations

Industry Expertise

  • Marketing Strategy
  • Communications Strategy
  • Project Management
  • Media Relations

Professional Experience

Diane L. Walsh is the Chief Marketing Officer at Prager Metis CPAs, a member of Prager Metis International LLC. She has over 20 years of professional experience, including over a decade in the accounting industry.

Diane is responsible for all facets of marketing for the firm, including communications strategies, regional and global marketing strategies, project management, client relationship management, events, business development, and media relations. Diane was also instrumental in the creation of the Prager Metis brand when the firm was formed with the merger of Prager and Fenton, LLP and Metis Group, LLC.

In addition, Diane is an integral part of the firm’s mergers and acquisition team. In this capacity, Diane is responsible for cultural and marketing due diligence of all merger candidates for the firm. After a combination has been finalized, Diane is in charge of integrating all new team members and their expertise into a cohesive marketing strategy.

Professional Affiliations

  • Association for Accounting Marketing NY Metro Chapter – Past President and Board Member
  • American Marketing Association - Member
  • Geneva Group International (GGI) - Business Development & Marketing Practice Group - North American Vice Chairperson


  • Crain's 2022 Notable Leaders in Advertising, Marketing & PR


  • BA, Communications, Marist College
  • American Marketing Association - PCM Marketing Management
Oct 11, 2022
| Diane L. Walsh

How to Engage Your Whole Firm to Grow Social Media

Growing your social media presence and reach is now more critical than ever to a professional services firm. Your most crucial conduits of this are your own team members. I understand this is a lot easier said than done. However, you can implement several processes and communications to encourage team members to participate. 

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