"Empowering individuals and organizations to
achieve personal and professional goals."

Organizational Effectiveness Group, LLC


Consulting Services

Executive Coaching

Group Facilitation

HRO on the Go

Organizational Audits


Sexual Harassment
& Anti-Bullying

EEO Investigations
& Expert Testimony


"Work is Love
Made Visible"


Diana Peterson-More, a labor lawyer and seasoned corporate executive, left a Fortune 200 Company to launch The Organizational Effectiveness Group, LLC ("OEG") in 1996.  Drawing upon her 15 years as a human resources executive and corporate officer, Peterson-More's company focuses on people strategies and organizational development systems that support strategic workplace goals.

In response to client request, Peterson-More founded HRO on the GO, a full-service, outsourced human resources consulting firm.  She has been a guest lecturer at USC's Graduate School of Management, Phillips Graduate Institute’s Organizational Behavior Program, and the American Jewish University, Los Angeles; a Law and Motion Judge for Loyola Law School; and, an adjunct professor of Political Science at East L A Community College.  Peterson-More also serves as an expert witness in the full range of personnel and employee relations matters, and has been a featured speaker at numerous professional conferences.

History and Accomplishments


"What a great workshop!  Thank you for the invitation.  You held my interest the entire day and I really loved all of the interaction.  I learned new techniques and realized how very powerful a facilitator role is.  Always knew it was an important role, but after yesterday realized how pivotal a role it is."

Kris Foote, L.A. County Employees Retiree System

"Ms. Peterson-More often says that her goal is to help us achieve our goals. I can say that without doubt, Diana Peterson-More and OEG have consistently and reliably assisted the companies I have represented and me in achieving the results sought."

EVP, Cable Television Network


Immediately prior to forming OEG, Peterson-More headed the human resources department of The Times Mirror Company.  Responsible for the full range of workforce policies and programs, her department comprised pay and performance management, employee relations, and all insured and qualified benefit programs.  Peterson-More spearheaded a company-wide human resources re-engineering project and a separate nationwide diversity task force, implemented a cutting-edge competency-based pay and performance management system, and, oversaw standardization of benefit programs that covered over 25,000 employees and their dependents nation-wide.

Before joining Times Mirror, Peterson-More spent 11 years with the Southern California Edison Company and SCEcorp.  She served as a labor lawyer, a human resources manager, and a health care executive, prior to being elected Corporate Secretary, in which capacity she served for three years and was the sole female officer.

Peterson-More received her Bachelor of Arts degree in history from UCLA and a Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School.  As an undergraduate, she studied a year abroad in Madrid, Spain and is bilingual.

Peterson-More served as a Board of Directors and Compensation Committee member of Kaiser Federal Bank, as it progressed from a federal credit union, to a mutual holding company, and to a bank; it recently merged with HomeStreet Bank.

Additionally, she is a community volunteer for governmental and nonprofit organizations.  Government appointments include the Board of Supervisors’ Child Care Advisory Board (founding board vice-chair), the Workforce Investment Board of Los Angeles (Vice Chair, Training and Supportive Services Committee Chair and Executive Committee member), the Pasadena Planning Commission (past Chair and Chair, Condo Conversion Task Force), Pasadena’s Board of Zoning Appeals, Pasadena’s Housing Affordability Task Force, and the Pasadena Unified School District’s Redistricting Task Force. Currently, she serves on Assembly Majority Leader Chris Holden’s Community Advisory Board, focused on women’s issues.

Nonprofit board memberships include the American Red Cross and Community First Initiatives.  Ms. Peterson-More is a past President of the Rotary Club of Pasadena, and board officer of the AIDS Service Center, the Los Angeles Women's Foundation, the Women’s Economic Development Corporation, the Alliance for Businesses and Childcare Development, and the YWCA of Pasadena, Foothills-Valley.  She is a past board member of Union Station Homeless Services, and a current Community Advisor, and is a founding board president of the Child Educational Center, Caltech/JPL.  Peterson-More has chaired several events and has been honored with the Pasadena NAACP’s Corporate Award, the YWCA of Pasadena, Foothill’s Public Service Award, and the NWPC’s Jeannette Rankin Courage Award.

Peterson-More is an avid hiker, reader and international traveler.  She, two daughters, son-in-law and two granddaughters reside in Pasadena, California; her son, daughter-in-law and grandson live in Rome, Italy. She states, "Of all the things I’ve been or done or yet hope to be or do; being the Mother of three amazing children and now three emerging grandchildren is by far the best."

More client feedback

"Diana Peterson-More is a true professional who quickly assessed our agency's needs and developed realistic and do-able plans for improving our organizational capacity. Without Diana's help, it would have taken us months to get close to what she accomplished in a few weeks."

— CEO, California Government-Funded Nonprofit


"Thank you for the excellent training. Your valuable insight into the selection and interviewing process focused the committee on the important tasks ahead. We apologize for the hectic nature of our second meeting and appreciate your patience and flexibility in driving us to achieve our overall goal. We look forward to working with you again soon."

Junior League of Los Angeles, Board Nominations Committee 2002-2003


"The combination of your corporate, small business and non-profit experience is a huge asset to being able to effectively cut through our morass of issues and solve them efficiently and effectively. Your professional and congenial approach is refreshing and a pleasure to work with. I look forward to continuing our relationship for many years to come."

SVP/COO International Nonprofit




115 W. California Blvd., Box 410
Pasadena, CA 91105
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