You may recognize Diane as the performing Host of the TV Show, Nashville Unleashed, which aired and syndicated for 2 years in 100 million U.S. households and 3 countries. The show featured Nashville's professional songwriters.


If you're a fan of the Hallmark Channel or TV soaps, then you've likely heard Diane's Christmas music during the holidays.  


You may also recognize her from her recent run for TN State House of Representatives. 

Diane Canada is a Professional Speaker, Author, Songwriter, and Podcast Host.  


She inspires women with her signature message: "Lady up and Don't Quit", which is also the title of her new book

Diane believes we are all soldiers in God's army, but some of us are His Special Ops,  and we are needed on the front lines!

In addition to speaking engagements, podcasting, and holding training events, Diane is active in community service: 


  • Diane currently serves as the Public Relations Chairman for the Nashville Republican Women's Club, the largest Republican women's club in the state of Tennessee.

  • She is a founding board member of the American Bible Project, an effort to put Bibles back in U.S. schools.


  • She has served as the Nashville Political Advocate for the National Association of Women Business Owners

  • She served on the Mayor’s Minority Business Advisory Council in the city of Nashville

  • She was voted Volunteer of the Year for her work teaching entrepreneurial skills in the Tennessee Prison For Women. 


Diane teaches Christian women how to enhance their influence in American communities, at the grassroots level, in an effort to return our country to our founding principles.


She is convinced that women will be instrumental in the fight for the soul of our country and she is passionate about equipping them for that spiritual fight.   


My Story

"I believe that all Christians are "soldiers" in God's army, but I think some of us are the "special ops" who are called to the front lines.


Where do we get our SEAL training? In life's extraordinarily challenging, but defining moments. I've had a few of those....