Diana Niño is originally from Bogotá, Colombia. She comes from a family of educators and has a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts. After many years living in New York City she decided to move to Oregon, in search of a more peaceful life, surrounded by nature, and as part of a smaller community in which to participate in.
Diana has always had a passion for education, social consciousness, and personal empowerment. After a long professional experience in the hospitality industry, she found out about the work that LCHC does and immediately wanted to join and participate in working towards the well-being of the Hispanic community in our area. She is a member of our OHP team, where she focuses on the enrollment of children and teenagers under the age of 19 so they can have access to health services, regardless of their immigration status.
In her free time, she loves to watch movies, cook, travel and experience new cultures.