Diana Viglucci is an advocate, community-builder, and lifelong learner. With a broad background in community-based nonprofit programs, Diana’s work is grounded in person-centered, trauma-informed, and intersectional perspectives.
Diana began their career in peer mental health, creating spaces for young adults to speak openly about their inner lives, become advocates in their own care, and harness their personal experiences to support others’ healing. They also oversaw training and technical assistance for peer support professionals under contract with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Diana further developed their mentorship and training skills in the workforce development space, coaching young adults from diverse backgrounds to develop their professional skills, land meaningful jobs, and ultimately, to take charge of their careers.
A cum laude graduate of Cornell University, Diana finds joy in DIY projects, spending time in nature, and turning off their phone for hours-long stretches. They are thrilled to be creating spaces for LGBTQ+ Brooklynites to connect, heal, and live authentically.