Diana is a young entrepreneur, writer and early-stage investor based between New York and San Francisco. She is the founder and CEO of Parallel Learning, the first tech-enabled, integrated care model for children with learning and thinking differences. Diana also serves as an advisor to various start-ups in the entertainment, consumer and edtech spaces. Previously, she worked as a research assistant at the Aspen Institute and the Stanford d.School and holds a B.S. from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, where she studied Science, Technology and International Affairs. Diana regularly wrote on behalf of these institutions and Georgetown's prestigious publication, the Hoya. Her field of writing expertise ranges from global affairs to healthcare to start-up culture to love advice and everything in between.