Diana is a professional research assistant at the Center for Health, Work & Environment. She currently supports the research conducted in Guatemala investigating chronic kidney disease among sugarcane workers. Diana recently received her MPH from the Colorado School of Public Health, with a focus on environmental and occupational health. Prior to moving to Denver, she worked for the Vermont Forestry Department, where she served as a community engagement and field assistant, working with communities to create greener, healthier communities. She is also actively involved in immigrant rights and justice.