Diana Guevara is a reporter for NBC 7 San Diego. She became the station's Latino community affairs reporter in August of 2011, also focusing on border related issues.
Diana grew up in Camarillo, California. She moved to Los Angeles to study at UCLA where she earned her bachelors in Women's Studies and Mass Communications. As a college student, she got her first break in journalism as a researcher and freelance event reporter for People Magazine. A lover of creative writing she decided to channel her print experience towards broadcast television. She began her television news journey as an intern at Dateline NBC in Burbank.
Diana honed her skills in newsrooms across Southern California. In 2006 she moved to the Gulf Coast for a reporting job at WKRG in Mobile, Alabama. While there she reported on everything from hurricanes to Mardi Gras, across Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
After two years in the Southeast, Diana got a chance to come back home and work in beautiful San Diego. She joined Channel 4 San Diego in 2009 as a reporter for the news magazine show, San Diego Insider Magazine. She also hosted and co-produced Shades of San Diego, a multicultural public affairs show, before coming to NBC 7 San Diego.
Diana is fluent in Spanish and is honored to tell the stories of San Diego's diverse community. When she isn't working or rooting for her Bruins, she enjoys being active in local organizations such as MANA de San Diego and the Turning the Hearts Center in Chula Vista.
Diana is also a proud member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Society of Professional Journalists.
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