Diana enjoys watching comedy, thriller and crime drama TV shows.
Growing up in Yakima, Washington, Diana’s interest in the intersection between social justice and the natural and built environment was fostered by her diverse community. Diana is skilled at developing culturally relevant communication materials and outreach methods to reach a range of stakeholders. She has experience engaging multicultural and immigrant audiences, as well as communities of color, in Seattle and Yakima. Diana received her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in community, environment and planning, where her work focused on applying a racial and environmental justice lens to community planning and community-based research. In her spare time, she enjoys reading books on social justice, walking Washington’s trails and drinking iced chai lattes.