Diana Wiener Rosengard BA ’04, JD ’09
Diana Wiener Rosengard BA ’04, JD ’09 and her husband, David Rosengard JD ’15, LLM ’16, bought their first home in Saint Helens, Oregon, in October 2017. They promptly adopted two adorable rescue pitbulls, who keep them busy. David works at the Animal Legal Defense Fund and teaches as a adjunct professor at Lewis & Clark Law School. Diana works as a senior manager at a global open-source technology company, while writing novels in her spare time. Her first novel, Spooked, a “New Adult supernatural noir,” is coming out in September 2018.
Diana Wiener Rosengard BA ’04, JD ’09 has published Spooked., the first book in a new-adult noir series that “reads like an episode of Veronica Mars with a supernatural edge.” Set in Astoria, Oregon, the novel tells the story of childhood best friends Callie and Izzy, who enroll together at a small liberal arts college. When Izzy is killed by a hit-and-run driver, Callie is consumed with grief…and by a need to make the perpetrator pay. In her quest for the truth, she discovers more than she bargained for, and soon her own sanity is on the line.