Science, technology, outdoors, adventure, climate change, environment
Business, finance, personal finance, politics
Diana graduated Magna Cum Laude from USC, earning her M.S. Journalism degree with a focus on feature reporting and photography. Her master's thesis was on water pollution in the Santa Monica Bay.
Diana has reported on science news, updates, and breakthroughs for the New York Daily News, the Atlantic, RealClearLife and The Big Issue South Africa. She also worked as a consultant for the international March for Science movement, co-writing the social media strategy and managing blog partnerships for the first six months of 2017.
Diana reported on millennials' relationship with money for Forbes' Under 30 section in summer 2017, and has also ghostwritten various finance news stories for RealClearLife, a subset of RealClearMedia.
Diana has reported for publications all over the world, including Reuters, The Atlantic, the Washington Post and Forbes. She has covered what is needed for the publication, including breaking news -- like from the San Bernardino terror attack in 2015, or the March for Our Lives in 2018 -- and feature-length pieces, like those she reported for the Atlantic. While she has a lot of interest in science, technology and the outdoors, her experience is wide-ranging, and includes finance, business, women's issues and politics.
Diana worked as a social media manager for the New York Daily News and the emerging platforms editor at RealClearLife, a subset of RealClearMedia. Her work was focused on developing and utilizing paid and non-paid strategies to reach new audiences with daily and longform stories through writing Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posts. She also worked with the international March for Science movement to connect with science lovers across the globe, and helped local publication The Six Fifty reach and engage readers in the Palo Alto, California area. Today, she still works with the Modern States Education Alliance to help connect students with the tools they need to make college more affordable.