Vice President for Community and Economic Development at the Hispanic Federation
Diana Caba is a nonprofit professional with expertise in programs and public policy advocacy supporting the economic mobility of underrepresented communities. Diana serves as the Vice President for Community and Economic Development at the Hispanic Federation, a national organization dedicated to advancing Latino causes. Diana’s portfolio with HF includes programmatic and advocacy efforts aimed at increasing the financial security of Latino families and she is a public voice on economic empowerment and equity issues. Diana launched her career as the founding Program Director of the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance and has worked with a variety of community development nonprofits throughout New York City and the nation.
What inspires you about the impact of Latino Changemakers that you see all over the US?
Throughout my career, I have had the pleasure of supporting Latino Changemakers throughout the country committed to addressing injustices and achieving social change in their communities. I am inspired by their dedication and contributions to our society. I am grateful to find myself in their company. They are a reminder that it is important to celebrate our culture and fight for what is right.