Dorothy Diamond Remembered

Dorothy Diamond Remembered

May 17, 2010 - As announced in today's edition of  The New York Times, Dorothy Diamond passed away on May 15, 2010.

Dorothy B. Diamond was an author and editor of Overseas Press and Consultants in Hartsdale, New York.  She wrote and updated Tax Havens of the World for Matthew Bender. Aside from being an author for legal publishers, Mrs. Diamond contributed articles to national magazines and wrote travel features for The New York Times, the New York Post, Trans World Airlines and the Pan-Am World Guide. A pioneer in consumer education, she was a columnist for two leading trade magazines and wrote 50 booklets on consumer affairs. She won an award from the Merchandising Executives Club of New York City.

Mrs. Diamond enjoyed the honor of being the first woman to address the Stockholm Advertising Club, Barbados Central Bank, and International Tax Planning Association. Mrs. Diamond received her B.A. degree with highest honors from Wellesley College, was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and obtained a Master of Science degree from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.