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Diane Simpson-Bundy


DIANE SIMPSON-BUNDY (gymnastics, 1988), President 
Diane Simpson was one of two rhythmic gymnasts – and the third of seven American individuals ever – on the 1988 U.S. Olympic team.  She won two gold medals, two silvers and a bronze medal in her two Pan American Games appearances.  A member of the USA Gymnastics National Hall of Fame, Class of 2004, Simpson competed in four World Championships, was a finalist in two Goodwill Games, and competed in more than 30 international meets as a U.S. National Team Member.  She won more than 20 international medals, three Olympic Festival titles, and 22 national titles – including winning all four event finals and the All-Around title at the 1988 National Championships – during her career.  Simpson graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and has worked previously for Chicago and other national television news and radio stations.  She has served as a sports and news writer with the Chicago Sun-Times and as a deputy press secretary for a U.S. senator. Simpson is the former manager of athlete relations and communications at Chicago 2016 and is the current president of the Midwest Chapter of U.S. Olympians and Paralympians.  She also serves as secretary of the Female Athlete Triad Coalition, a 501(c)(3) global health advocacy collaboration, which works to prevent disordered eating, hormonal imbalances and poor bone health in female athletes.

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