Diana was born and raised in San Jose, Costa Rica; and recently moved to the Vail Valley. She graduated from a Scientific Bilingual High School in 2011 and was part of the Biology and Chemistry Olympics Team. She attended University of Costa Rica and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health: Health Promotion. As a Health Promoter, Diana worked with special needs students and their parents, helped develop training guidelines on the topics of Early Detection of Suicide Patterns and
Protocols for counselors and teachers as well. She is an eager learner and plans on starting and completing her Master’s Degree in the Mental Health field very soon.
Diana is a native Spanish speaker. She loves going to the beach and listening to the ocean. She enjoys reading during her free time, watching shows with her husband and spending time with her family and
friends. Diana also loves the outdoors, and the various activities that are here in these beautiful mountains. She also enjoys walking her and her husband’s German Shepherd Dog. Diana is also very passionate about helping her community and neighbors, and feels very strongly about having an occupation that helps people in need.
Diana has strong values, and always does what is right. Honesty, integrity and having a strong work ethic is something that Diana prides herself on. She is very organized and thorough and believes in hard work, perseverance and social justice and equality for all. She also believes that every single person on this earth is worthy of a second or third chance, and even though mistakes may be made, each day is a new day and a new opportunity to be a better version of themselves and grow as a human being.