Diana, born and raised in Barranquilla, Colombia, has a research background in Alzheimer’s disease as well as Autism Genetics. Her research career started in 2008 working as the Hispanic Project Coordinator for the Autism Genetics study at the Miller School of Medicine University of Miami. Prior to joining GAP, she worked as a clinical research coordinator and clinical rater for a clinical research organization in South Florida. Diana serves on GAP’s Participant Service (GPS) team as a liaison, who support GAP-Net sites to meet their screening and randomization goals through various strategies including community outreach, physician and community partnerships, and advertising. Liaisons share best practices in GAP-enabled trials and help sites address obstacles as they operationalize studies. She serves sites in Texas as well as the southern California area. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Barry University in Miami, FL.