Dianne McKay is Mustang Marketing’s president. In addition to managing key client accounts, Dianne supervises all internal machinations and works directly with the management team to maintain Mustang’s stature as the premier marketing firm in Ventura County.
Dianne’s significant contributions to Mustang stem from a profound lack of ability to allow the organizations she’s associated with to stall or fail. In fact, Dianne founded her own company, Strategic Television, with her late father in 1986, turning it into one of the most recognized and reliable names in live broadcast television. In 2004, she sold Strategic Television to serve as president and executive director of the, then, newly formed Conejo Schools Foundation and interim president of the local Boys & Girls Clubs. Dianne deepened her commitment to education through her decision to run for the Ventura County Community College District board; she was elected in 2010 and re-elected for a second term in 2014.
Contributing a unique, patent-pending combination of business management expertise and community outreach to Mustang’s clientele, Dianne brings her contagious work ethic to every client and project. Just don’t call her an overachiever.
Dianne’s escaped from the office! You’ll most likely find her …
Just kidding! She never actually leaves the office!
Dianne is a committee and board addict, serving on the Conejo Schools Foundation Board, the Thousand Oaks Traffic and Transportation Committee for nine years, and the CLU Graduate School of Education Advisory Board.
Dianne practiced ballet for 13 years (and still has her toe shoes).
Dianne plays her music really, really loud.