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.
- I am an employee of Bank of America.
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