Community Learning Officer
Email Diana Paredes
Diana leads SeaFdn’s research efforts, working to ensure that our community impact programs and strategies are grounded in community perspectives and data to advance racial and economic equity in Greater Seattle.
Personal Philanthropic Interests
Diana brings over eight years of experience in community organizing and community-centered strategy and research. Prior to joining SeaFdn, Diana was a coalition organizer in Utah working to advance humane immigration policies at a state and national level with the nonprofit Communities United/ Comunidades Unidas. Diana also worked at Puget Sound Sage, a coalition-based nonprofit, where she developed programming and curriculum for the Community Leadership Institute and supported community-led research efforts. Diana is passionate about advancing research to amplify the voices of people of color and low-income people to create greater equity.
Diana has been working with Seattle Foundation since 2017.