Diego hails from Peru and has been working in nonprofits since 2009, where he was first introduced to Afterschool Programs at different elementary schools in the Park City School District. He moved to Utah in 2005 to attend the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and decided to stay after finding meaningful and exciting work in Park City. Through the years, he’s been building partnerships and connecting low-income families with resources. With a focus on community organizing, he joined Leadership Park City Class 20 which encouraged him to serve on the boards of Big Brothers Big Sisters, Intermountain’s LiVe Well Center, United Against Bullying Coalition, KPCW Community Advisory Board, EATS Park City, as Board Chair for Immigrant Legal Services, and continues to serve on the board of the Park City Summit County Arts Council and on the Bright Futures Advisory Board. At the Community Foundation, he works on The Solomon Fund, an initiative he helped launch in 2016 which aims at creating more access and opportunity in sports and recreation for low-income Latinx families. A member of Park City Rotary, Diego now leads the Social Equity Initiative, working towards a more equitable and inclusive community.