Diana Rogovin Davidow was born in Brooklyn, New York. She went to Brooklyn College and received a degree in Speech Pathology and a Master of Science in Education. In 1978, her family relocated from Brooklyn to Los Angeles. She began her life as an artist in 1978 and continues with great zeal. She then started her private practice for speech pathology the very next year after arriving in Los Angeles. Her philanthropic contributions began when she counseled at-risk children APCH (A Place Called Home) and YMC (Youth Mentoring Connection) for about 15 years. Diana has also worked with John Wayne Cancer Institute auxiliary, Michael J Fox Foundation, the Diana Rogovin Davidow Speech-Language and Hearing Center and Music Mends Minds inc. to mention a few.