The daughter of Colombian and Ecuadorean immigrants, Diana was born and raised in Northern Virginia. She left the suburbs to attend Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and studied international affairs and development. Following graduation, she taught English in Mallorca, Spain, through the North American Language and Culture Assistantship Program and pursued a Fulbright community grant in Linz, Austria. She will attend Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs in the fall as a Thomas R. Pickering Fellow and will join the U.S. Foreign Service after graduating in 2024. Diana is passionate about improving global labor conditions and loves studying languages, embarking on weekend trips, and dancing bachata.