It is with great honor and humility that I am serving for a third term as your State Representative for the 63rd District. I will continue to serve, to the best of my ability, the people of our district.
I have lived and worked in Northern Kentucky for more than 30 years, raising two children, Richard and Jacqueline, in a warm and nurturing environment – one which fosters strong values of love for God, country, family and friends. I am especially pleased to introduce the newest member of our family, my daughter-in-law, Kalie. I appreciate your generous spirit in welcoming her to our community.
Along the way, I taught Spanish at Blessed Sacrament School, earned a law degree from Chase College of Law, was admitted to practice by the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the Supreme Court of the United States of America, elected to City Council for the City of Lakeside Park, and served as an alternate delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention.
I also bring a unique background that especially prepared me to help Northern Kentucky be better positioned in a global economy. I spent my childhood in the Philippines before moving to Missouri and then California to attend college. I graduated from the University of Santa Clara with a degree in general humanities with an emphasis in both business and philosophy. I utilized my business skills working abroad as an assistant manager for a service oriented firm and subsequently, in the Midwest, as a general manager of an import/export firm.
I am proud to call Northern Kentucky home and ask for your support to continue speaking on your behalf at this pivotal time for the Commonwealth and our nation. I am dedicated to making our state government more open and transparent, to grow job opportunities in Northern Kentucky and the Commonwealth, and to minimize regulatory burdens on our businesses. I will remain focused on fighting for better education for our children.
Feel free to get in touch with me at the contact information listed on this site. I am honored to serve you!
Diane St. Onge