Diana Hallas

Managing Director

Diana Hallas focuses on building meaningful relationships with each client, allowing for a holistic approach to creating, implementing and maintaining a financial plan that is unique to their own personal circumstances and goals. At United Capital Financial Advisors, she advises clients on all facets of financial planning including investment management, cash flow analysis and insurance needs.

She brings over 10 years of experience in the financial services industry. After starting her career at PNC Bank, Diana joined her father Jack at his firm, Select Financial Group, in 2012. Select Financial Group later became a division of United Capital.

Diana earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland and a Master of Business Administration from Waynesburg University.

She resides in Pittsburgh with her husband Jeff and children, Jackson, Lily & Mason.

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