Diyana collaborates with the team and community to deliver programs that facilitate healthy change at home, in our neighborhoods, and beyond. She first became fired up about health equity and social justice through her involvement in reproductive rights and anti-violence work in college. Since then, Diyana has spent almost a decade coordinating nonprofit programs, communications, and advocacy. She has also nurtured a skill set in workshop facilitation and popular education, and has a special interest in community leadership development and movement-building. Diyana is a proud alumna of UCLA’s Asian American Studies master’s degree program (’12) and Barnard College, Columbia University (’06). Her favorite self-care rituals include reading sci-fi/fantasy, drawing, hiking, walking her dog, and cathartic karaoke.