Diane Roederer Delagrange was born in Strasbourg, France.
Her father and her grandfather were hunters in the plains and mountains of Alsace, their native region since the 16th century. Her mother is a writer who started off her career by writing hunting stories. Diane has always enjoyed shooting rifles and has traveled the world with her family. She began hunting with her husband as her guide on Indianhead Ranch. Since then, she has been to Argentina, Spain, South Africa, Namibia, Mauritius Island, United Kingdom and several ranches in Texas.
Her passions are her two kids, Maxim and Victoria, marketing and business, traveling, hunting, shooting, and getting involved in causes that are important to her: education and conservation of hunting, natural health and natural products and politics.
The first time she came to Indianhead Ranch as a guest with her father, she met Laurent and it only took her a couple of months to move to Indianhead Ranch. It was February 1991, during the Gulf War.
Since then and up until last year, she has been managing Indianhead Ranch as a VP, created Indianhead Camps under the initiative of the SCI Foundation and started Indianhead Expeditions, an outfitting business. Diane has also created a "foundation”, through Conservation Forces, to support the IHEA Heritage Hunt and to give scholarships to campers at Indianhead Ranch.
She is a member of SCI, Sables, NRA and Woman’s Leadership Forum, HSC and the Gazelles, DSC, DIVA, Del Rio-Laughlin Air Force Base Military Affairs, Del Rio Chamber of Commerce and past board member of the Littleschool House (a Del Rio Christian School), and the HSC Ladies Luncheon.
Since August 2012, Diane has moved to Houston to start a wonderful new phase of life, and is looking forward to expanding Indianhead Expeditions.