Diana Colin is the Director of Civic Engagement at the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) and the Program Director with the CHIRLA Action Fund. Her work at CHIRLA began as a student volunteer in 2009. She was hired on as a statewide campaign organizer in 2013. In 2016, the CHIRLA #InmigrantesEnAccion Electoral Campaign registered 11,297 voters and contacted 127,355 voters and had an 82% voter turnout. During the 2018 Midterm Election, she ran the Immigrant Political Power Project (IPPP) which helped to contact over 240,375 low propensity African-American, Latino, and immigrant voters. In 2018, under her leadership, the CHIRLA Action Fund ran four Independent Expenditures in California which helped changed the political makeup of the state. Dianais a banda-loving immigrant who lives in South Whittier, California.