Simmons University, University of Massachusetts Boston
Homebuying, Consumer loans, Personal finance
- Currently serves as the director of the Hull Public Library in Hull, Mass. and previously directed the Corcoran Library at Boston College High School
- Works as a freelance writer for Bankrate, where she writes about home buying, consumer loans, and personal finance
- Has been a lecturer at Northeastern University since 2010, where she designs online writing courses for business and finance students
- Has worked as a research and instruction librarian for Bay Path University since 2018, providing information services and information literacy instruction to both graduate students and faculty
Diane Costagliola started her career working in the reference department of her local public library and quickly realized how satisfying it was to help people locate the information they need. She has since gone on to work as a research and instruction librarian at Bay Path University and volunteers as treasurer for the Thomas Crane Public Library in Quincy, Mass. From 2014 to 2018, Diane was the library director at Boston College High School. In 2021, she became library director for the Hull Public Library in Hull, Mass.
In addition to her work in libraries, she has been a lecturer at Northeastern University since 2010, where she teaches professional writing to college students majoring in business, management, and finance. Diane also works as a freelance writer for Bankrate. Her financial writings have included advice on a wide range of lending and personal finance topics, such as using home equity, buying historic homes, and getting help with evictions during the pandemic.
Diane holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Massachusetts Boston. She also received both a Master of Arts degree in English and a Master of Science degree in Library and Information Science from Simmons University.
Quote from Diane Costagliola
It's important to me to get the most current and accurate information in the hands of our readers, and to make sure that the content is easily accessible.