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Diane Black is an American politician who was a member of Tennessee’s 6th Congressional district as a U.S. Representative. She served there from 3rd January 2011 to 3rd January 2019. Her area of jurisdiction included suburban and rural areas of Nashville. She identifies herself as a Republican, and she served as a floor leader of the Republican Caucus in the Tenessee Senate.
Diane Black has been very successful throughout the years.
Her first job was to work as a registered nurse. But, she started to gain interest in politics and thus since had a change of career paths and ran for the Tennessee House of Representatives in 1998 and served as a state representative for six years. She became a State Senate in 2004. She was also elected as the Assistant Floor Leader of the Senate Government Operations Committee.
Family and Personal Life
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Diane was in a relationship with David Black from her high-school days. They were always together, and the only time they were apart is when they went to different universities. They tied the knot in 1980. But, David started creating problems because of his alcoholism.
|Husband's/Spouse's Name||David Black (m. 1980)|
|Children/Kids||Yes (Jill Black Stoyshich, Steve Black and Katie Black Shiver)|
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|Full/Real Name||Diane Lynn Black|
|Age (as of today)||72 years|
|Date of Birth||January 16, 1951|
|Place of Birth||Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A|
|Height||1.57 m, 5 feet 2 inches|
|Weight||85 kg, 187.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$100 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
Diane Black's height is not very tall measuring 1.57 m. Diane Black weighs 85 kg. Being born on January 16, 1951, translates to an age of 72 years as of todays date (November 18, 2023).
In addition to being a nurse, I’m also a small business owner and I taught at a local community college. I’m also a proud mother of three and grandmother of six – all of them wonderful.Diane Black
Whenever I tour my district and I ask small businesspeople ‘what can I do to help?,’ they tell me to just get government out of the way and they’ll create the jobs and grow on their own.Diane Black
The government continues to erode our freedom.Diane Black