Interpreter and Translator
Diana is from Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico. When Diana first arrived to the U.S. she was monolingual Spanish speaker, along with most of her family. As an immigrant, she experienced first hand the need for language access in schools. Diana was formally trained as a Social Justice Interpreter in 2014, which increased her awareness of the importance of language access in her community to advance social justice. Diana is a first generation college student who obtained an associate’s degree in science from North Central Texas College and a bachelor’s degree in political science/legal studies from Texas Women’s University. Currently, Diana is working toward a master’s degree. On her free time, she loves to do outdoor activities such as hiking, running, bicycling. She also enjoys reading and watching basketball.