Diana Ashworth

About Diana

With over 20 years of accounting experience, Diana has extensive knowledge in various aspects of accounting, including the month-end close process, financial reporting, consolidations, general ledger, inventory, and fixed assets. She is proficient in multiple software solutions such as SAP, Peoplesoft, Cognos, and QuickBooks, and she is highly skilled in converting manual and inefficient processes to improved automated solutions, resulting in the collection of meaningful quality data.

Diana understands the integral functions of an accounting department, as she has held various progressive accounting roles, including financial analyst, senior accountant, and assistant controller. She applies her expertise to efficiently document accounting processes, perform comprehensive financial analyses, and quickly identify opportunities for process improvement. Diana’s systems knowledge has proven to be valuable in supporting ERP implementations, and her excellent problem-solving and communication skills allow her to handle even the most complex accounting issues, while effectively collaborating with others to identify potential solutions.

Clients value Diana’s well-rounded background and solid accounting skills. They especially appreciate her ability to develop a rapport with the team quickly and to train and mentor others. This combination of skills makes her invaluable to any client engagement.

Diana Ashworth

Diana Ashworth

Industry Experience

Healthcare, Insurance, Manufacturing, Research & Development, Retail, Service, Subscription, Supply Chain 


  • Loyola University Chicago, Bachelor of Arts, cum laude
  • Columbus State Community College, Accounting Concentration – CPA candidate, Dean's List

On a Lighter Note

What is one of your proudest accomplishments? 
I earned a Girl Scout Gold Award during my senior year of high school. It is the Girl Scout's highest award. The things I learned through the award steps have provided a base of leadership and confidence to help me achieve higher things throughout my adult life.

Do you have a favorite activity or place to go in Columbus, Ohio? 
My family likes to hike at the Preservation Parks in Delaware, Ohio, and we enjoyed searching for letterboxes when my children were younger.  Our favorite place in Columbus would be the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.  We have visited many times, attended Zoo Kids and Zoo Camp events, and stayed overnight as a family. 

Do you have a favorite book, movie, tv-show, or music group? 
The movie Hidden Figures has become one of my favorites. My favorite school subjects are math and science. Learning about the roles that three women played at NASA in helping launch humankind into space was very inspiring and interesting.