Diana has been working in the field of architecture, in both practice and academia, for nearly ten years. Residential and commercial interior projects she has worked on have been published in Architectural Record, The Wall Street Journal and Dezeen, among others. In addition to a Master of Architecture, Diana has also received a Master of Science in Sustainability Management from Columbia University. She has consulted on projects which address various land-use practices such as improved coastal resiliences measures in the historic district of Cartagena, and watershed management in rural agricultural areas of the Cordillera Oriental, both located in Colombia. She has also had the opportunity to work with small business and private land and building owners in NYC to curb energy use, GHG emmissions and on a larger scale, mitigate the Urban Heat Island effect. Diana has a LEED AP in Neighborhood Development and her background in design and architecture informs a data-driven approach to strategically incorporating sustainable practices in buildings, businesses and communities.
Master of Architecture
Master of Science in Sustainability Management
Architecture, Urban Resilience & Planning, Land-use Practices, Environmental Economics, Entrepreneurship
Sustainable Systems (Fall 2018)