Hi everyone!  My name is Diana and I hope you enjoy this site.  If you ended up on this page, you are probably trying to put a person to the blog so here goes…

I spent most of my early life in the Greater Boston area.  When I was 16, I transferred to a vocational high school where I did a concentration in drafting and computer animation. 

When I was 18 I started 5 years of living out of a suitcase.  I moved to Paraguay as a volunteer English teacher with the American Field Service (AFS).  Upon my return to the States, I changed my life plan.  I declined my admittance to CalArts (aka the Disney School) and went into the School of International Studies (SIS) at University of the Pacific.  I spent the next the next four years going back and forth from California, Boston, Mexico, and Brazil.

Upon graduation, I went to work in Consumer Financial Services as a Personal Banker at Bank of America.  I specialized in the underbanked population of recent immigrants (mostly Latino).  In 2008 I started my MBA at the Kenan-Flagler Business School (UNC Chapel Hill), where I concentrated in Marketing and Strategy.

Currently, I am working for Bank of America in the Consumer MBA Program.  Right now I am in my 1st rotation, working in the realms of security and social media.  If you would like more information, feel free to check me out on LinkedIn.

Disclaimers:

  1. I am an employee of Bank of America.
  2. This blog is not a Bank of America corporate social media outlet.
  3. The views represented in this blog are not the official views of Bank of America, nor has any content been aprroved or commisioned by Bank of America.
  4. I do not recieve compensation by Bank of America or any other corporation for content in this blog.