Diana Salinas is working towards her Bachelors of Science in Public Policy at the University of Southern California with two minors in Forensics and Criminality and Social Work and Juvenile Justice. Through her courses, her passion for social work and policy advocacy was fortified. As a result, Diana is currently serving as the Website Manager of Central Valley Scholars, an educational 501(c)(3) non-profit that assists Central Valley students. Additionally, Diana volunteers with the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN), where she assists in a variety of free legal services. Aside from being an undergraduate student, she is also a Norman Topping recipient, Dean’s List recipient, and HSF Scholar. As a first-generation, DACAmented Latina, she strives to provide for her community all they have been deprived of. Check out her website here.