Diana, 12, is determined to stay in school and become a school teacher.
Most of her friends did not continue beyond sixth grade because the middle school is far away, transportation and fees are expensive, and traveling alone every day is risky.
In February 2015, Handler said she envisioned a show more serious than Chelsea Lately.
"I would like a healthy mix of everything that goes on around the world, mixed with interesting stuff in our country.
Laura Prepon played the main character Chelsea Newman, a cocktail waitress while Handler portrayed Chelsea's born-again Christian sister Sloane, a married, conservative, new mom who had little in common with her carefree sister.
Dottie Zicklin (of Dharma & Greg) and Julie Larson (of The Drew Carey Show) were creators and executive producers.
In July 2007, Handler began starring on her own half-hour, late-night comedy series on E! The show proved to be a hit by averaging more than a half-million viewers since its premiere (much more than the average for a late night cable program) and having clips on You Tube with more than one million views. The show had a spinoff, the mockumentary After Lately, in which the various cast members, writers, crew, guests and even "hangers-on" of Chelsea Lately are shown bickering over trivial matters and competing for airtime on the show. Guest stars included: Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Jay Leno, Tori Spelling, Jenny Mc Carthy, Sharon Osbourne, Dave Grohl, Johnny Knoxville, and Jane Fonda.
In a 2008 interview, Handler said, "The worse the guests are, the more pathetic they are, the funnier the show is." Chelsea Lately was broadcast weekdays on the E! They also are shown seeking personal approval from Handler, who appeared in very few scenes of the program, and was always portrayed as having open and utter disdain for everyone beneath her. In 2007, Handler appeared in the Internet-based program In the Motherhood with Leah Remini and Jenny Mc Carthy (since January 2008). was an NBC sitcom based on Handler's 2008 best-selling book Are You There, Vodka?
In April 2006, Handler began hosting The Chelsea Handler Show on E! In 2007, Handler performed with Comedy Central's Hour Stand-Up Comedy Tour across the United States.
Her stand-up comedy has also been televised on VH1's Love Lounge, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, and HBO's broadcast of the Aspen Comedy Festival.
Through the School Cycle initiative, Girl Up aims to help eliminate one of the biggest obstacles keeping girls out of school: distance.
With a bike, she can obtain the education she needs to create a better future.
She was a guest on Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld and The View, and she co-hosted The View on August 2, 2007, and September 5, 2008.