Diana was born in Santa Cruz de La Sierra, Bolivia to Taiwanese parents. Her father, an immigrant from Taitung and her mother an immigrant from Chiayi, both left Taiwan for Bolivia in pursuit of a better life. In spite of her parents limited Spanish proficiency and no practical English proficiency, Diana speaks 4 languages fluently (Spanish, English, Taiwanese, and Mandarin). Diana’s cultural background has been sculpted by living in Argentina, Ecuador, Paraguay, Taiwan, and El Salvador. Diana considers San Salvador her home, the city where she lived for 20 years before coming to the United States.
Diana is an accomplished, innovative, achievement-oriented executive with deep experience in empowering corporations to unlock their potential to thrive in our interconnected world, she helps organizations to move forward and envision the future. Diana possesses a proven ability to build and operate companies, and a recognized capacity to execute developed strategies to deliver projects achieving transformational results. Her strategies and tactics has allowed her to establish effective sales pipelines and win businesses.
Diana’s five fundamental principles: Integrity, Quality, Collaboration, Diversity, and Longevity is the foundation on which GLP has been built. GLP is a leading, independent organization that leverages the world-class expertise of its professionals, and assist in navigating its clients through the most critical business opportunities and challenges in order to enhance enterprise value. An expert in multi-functional management, a talented leader who leverages strengths, and clearly defines goals; she works closely with each individual to build highly productive and proactive teams. She has a proven track record of building, growing and leading global businesses as they extend into new service lines and global geographies. Diana is recognized for her innovative thinking, her passion to motivate and empower teams.
Prior devoting her work fulltime to GLP, Diana developed strong and meaningful business relationships in Central America, where she directed collaborative operations with local government and private industry. Her responsibilities involved strategy development, execution of key engagements, and assisting clients to overcome complex business challenges.
Diana is an active member of the Medical Reserve Corp (MRC), she is committed to make a positive difference in the community. Her volunteering experience includes feeding the homeless, supporting orphanages, supporting nursing homes, and interpreting for Limited English Proficient communities.