Diana, 35, of NJ and living independently, is a self-advocate for people with Down Syndrome and others. Diana is a public speaker and considered a role model in her community. She is a hardworking, accomplished young woman who speaks publicly to increase awareness of Down Syndrome. Diana encourages everyone to grow and develop no matter how differently-abled they may be. In addition to her advocacy, Diana maintains a well-rounded career, holding 3 part-time jobs, and is an inspiration for all functionally challenged individuals to work to achieve their dreams.
Empowering Students with Ballroom Dance!