Diana is a Mexico City-born, East Coast-raised storyteller and multimedia journalist. She is an immigrant kid with an insatiable case of wanderlust who has worked as an editor at the Phnom Penh Post in Cambodia, and as a producer and reporter with Radio Bilingüe in California and NPR’s Latino USA in NYC. Diana has also taught documentary video production to youth in Oakland and New York, and to young indigenous women in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Diana’s reporting has won several Society of Professional Journalists awards, and her students’ videos have been selected for youth film festivals and an Adobe Youth Voices/POV award. She is a graduate of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
Jackie Zammuto grew up in Colorado and has, with her camera, explored many places before landing in Brooklyn. She currently works as the digital engagement coordinator at WITNESS, an international human rights organization that trains activists to use video as a tool to document abuses and advocate for justice. Over the past few years she has collaborated on a feature-length documentary (American Native) and several independent video projects. Before coming to New York, Jackie spent five years as a producer and project manager for an award-winning production studio in Lawrence, Kansas. She holds a B.S. in Broadcast Production Journalism and Women’s Studies from the University of Colorado. After graduating she spent a year teaching English and traveling in Chile.