For over 30 years Dianne Rigby has been involved in ministry to youth and families. Whether in Young Life youth ministry or as a nurse to children, she has dedicated her life to being an advocate and caretaker for children in need. 

In addition, she has fostered many children for Family Support Services throughout the years. Dianne has a B.A. in Psychology and a B.S. in Science and Nursing. As a nurse at Wolfson Children’s Hospital for almost 20 years, she has worked intimately with children in the ER, NICU, PICU and hospice setting during the most critical times of their lives. Her gifts and desires are to love on all of God’s children no matter the situation or age. 

She has a tremendous gift for connecting people with organizations that can make a difference in their lives, and this makes her a perfect fit for Building a Difference.  Dianne was featured in
Building a Difference: Volume 1 in “The Page-Bailie Bunch” episodes in her role as pediatric hospice nurse and family friend.  She also served as event coordinator for Volume 2’s “The Goodall Family Story” premiere at the Florida Theatre in Jacksonville.  

Dianne now serves as partnership coordinator for Building a Difference and recently has followed the call to become a missionary with Go To Nations. Her heart is to connect people who are searching for their calling in the Great Commission and is currently serving on the Movements of Compassion Tour in a cross country trip promoting missions.

To learn more about Movements of Compassion and how you can support Dianne, please visit the Movements of Compassion project page!